noun mal·kin \ˈm(l)-kən, ˈmal-\

Definition of MALKIN

dial chiefly British :  an untidy woman :  slattern
dial chiefly British
a :  cat
b :  hare

Origin of MALKIN

Middle English malkyn servant woman, from Malkyn, diminutive of the name Maud
First Known Use: 1586

Rhymes with MALKIN


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