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Malinois

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noun Ma·li·nois \ˌma-lən-ˈwä\

Definition of Malinois

plural

Malinois



Origin and Etymology of malinois

French, one from Malines, from Malines (Mechelen), Belgium


First Known Use: 1929

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Rhymes with malinois

abaca, Abdullah, Adana, agora, ahimsa, aloha, Antalya, assignat, Astana, Aymara, baccarat, baklava, Bogotá, brouhaha, cervelat, coup d'état, Cumaná, Delacroix, entrechat, feria, guarana, haftarah, haniwa, Heredia, inshallah, Kashiwa, koruna, Kostroma, la-di-da, ma-and-pa, Machida, Mardi Gras, Masséna, Modena, moussaka, Oshawa, pakeha, panama, Panama, Paraná, parashah, pas de trois, persona, pietà, podesta, polenta, polynya, port de bras, reseda, rufiyaa, Shangri-la, tempura, ulema, usquebaugh


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