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'Malak' is originally Hebrew - meaning 'Messenger' - but at the birth of Christianity the term became fused with the Grecko-Roman mythos of 'Hermes/Mercury - the Winged messenger' - and so now today people believe that spiritual angels have bird wings, whereas in scripture, they were attributed as being Wings of Command - a Military structure led by Mi'cha'el as Chief of the Angelic Host.
ArchangelMichael  9/24/2005
It isn't listed with any related names, but I'd imagine that it is related to Malachi / Malakai.
Evil  4/14/2008
Malaak Compton-Rock is the wife of Chris Rock. She runs many charity organizations.
bibi66  4/24/2010
A character in the game Knights of the Old Republic was named Darth Malak, where Malak also meant "jawbone" in Hebrew (if I recall correctly), and was also a reference to the fact that Malak was a fallen Jedi, as Malak means "angel".
― Anonymous User  7/18/2010
The Turkish form of this name is Melek (which is already on the site). [noted -ed]
Shibbeh  10/6/2014
The Arabic transcription you give is incorrect. You give:
ملك
This is how you write 'malik' meaning 'king'.
The name Malak, or more correctly Malāk because the a is long, is written:
ملاك
This is the word for 'angel': 'malāk'.
Please correct it.
pastato  8/13/2016
Malak was given to 181 baby girls born in the USA (2015).
lilolaf  2/1/2017
Malak was given to 11 baby boys born in the USA (2015).
lilolaf  2/1/2017

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