Malak is the main antagonist of the first-person horror maze game Dark Deception. He's portrayed as a cruel demon with red skin, horns, and a black and red business suit. He basically owns a monopoly on purgatory and created all the nightmares/levels the player must face in the game based on the main character's sins.
Malak was given to 11 baby boys born in the USA (2015).
Malak was given to 181 baby girls born in the USA (2015).
The Arabic transcription you give is incorrect. You give:
This is how you write 'malik' meaning 'king'.
The name Malak, or more correctly Malāk because the a is long, is written:
This is the word for 'angel': 'malāk'.
Please correct it.
The Turkish form of this name is Melek (which is already on the site). [noted -ed]
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".
Malaak Compton-Rock is the wife of Chris Rock. She runs many charity organizations.
It isn't listed with any related names, but I'd imagine that it is related to Malachi / Malakai.
'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.

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