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Definition of the noun Malua

What does Malua mean as a name of something?

Malua is a genus of Acrididae, described by Ramme in 1941.

Malua is a genus of Gryllidae, described by Otte & Alexander in 1983.

Animal

Malua was the most versatile Australian Thoroughbred racehorse in history. Malua won over distances ranging from 5 ¹⁄₂ furlongs to 3 ¹⁄₄ miles.

  • born in (137 years ago)

Place

Malua is a small village on the Samoan island of Upolu. The name originates from the Samoan word "Maluapapa" which is translated 'shelter under the rock'. It is located on the northwestern coast of the island in the electoral constituency of Sagaga Le Falefa which forms part of the larger political district Tuamasaga. The village is part of the electoral constituency Gaga'emauga III which forms part of the larger political district of Gaga'emauga.

Phrases with Malua

  1. Malua Burgersi
  2. Species Malua Burgersi
  3. Genus Malua
  4. Ambassis Malua
  5. Kedestes Malua
  6. Mallacoota Malua
  7. Species Ambassis Malua
  8. Species Kedestes Malua
  9. Species Mallacoota Malua

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Malua

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Google previewFrom Island to Island in the South Seas; Or, The Work of a Missionary Ship ... (1893)

With Route Map and Numerous Illustrations by George Cousins

Malua is an imposing-looking place.

Google previewThe Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1879)

The river Malua is the boundary of Numidia on the west. So, on historical and monumental evidence, we may recognize a primitive Celtic people dwelling amongst the Libyans ; a people amongst whom it is likely that the worship of the Matres ...

Google previewPearls of the Pacific (1907)

Being Sketches of Missionary Life and Work in Samoa and Other Islands in the South Seas by Victor Arnold Barradale

Malua is the religious capital of Samoa. From it the light of the Gospel should shine forth. You, students, act as true soldiers. Do not be content to be idle. Act like men who are to become the religious leaders of your country. You, parents, train ...

Google previewThe Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal (1879)

The river Malua is the boundary of Numidia on the west. So, on historical and monumental evidence, we may recognize a primitive Celtic people dwelling amongst the Libyans; a people amongst whom it is likely that the worship of the Matres ...

Google previewMy Trip in the "John Williams" (1900)

by Ralph Wardlaw Thompson

Apia is the centre of the foreign trade of Samoa, and the seat of the native Government, but Malua is the centre of the Mission. For more than fifty years it has been the training place from whence have gone out all the pastors of the Samoan ...

Google previewTrade and Poverty Reduction in the Asia-Pacific Region (2009)

Case Studies and Lessons from Low-income Communities by Andrew L. Stoler, Jim Redden, Lee Ann Jackson

Margaret Malua is an independent Economic and Trade Consultant in Samoa, and a Partner in Pacific Trade Consult. 1 Other Pacific LDCs are: the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tuvalu and Kiribati. 2 Figure from the Samoa National Youth ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1975)

by Hans Kurath

al450 Agpus Castus 180/1: Malua is an herbe men clepe malwe or hockys; bis herbe is comoun, ...

Google previewA Tradition Restored (2004)

Usc's 2003 Championship Season by Dailey News of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Daily News, Press-Telegram

Freshman Fred Malua is the lone newcomer at guard, but junior college transfer John Drake already played two spots against Auburn and fills Torres' role. There are several freshmen (Sam Baker, Ryan Kalil. Drew Radovich) waiting for a ...

Google previewFijian and English Practical Dictionary, with Hand-book and Grammar (1903)

by One amongst them

Calmly, vakayalo malua. Calumniate, kaseta, vosa- vakacacataka, vakaucaca Calumny, a veikaseti, a vo- sa ca.

Google previewGrammar and Dictionary of the Buluba-Lulua Language as Spoken in the Upper Kasai and Congo Basin (1906)

by William McCutchan Morrison

Malua, pl. of 5 or 6, «., beer made from brewing corn or millet or cassava; sometimes used for palm wine. Rarely the sing . bualua is heard. Maluvu, pl. of 5 or 6, n., palm wine. May 364 LUSUMBI— MALUA.

Google previewLexicon Medicum: or, Medical Dictionary ... Fourth edition (1839)

by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant

Malua arborea. See Alcea rosca. llianva no'rua'mroua. Round-leaved mallow. The whole herb and root possess similar virtues to the common mallow. See Malt' a :ylveslrisMALvA SYLVESTRIS. The common mallow. Mateo vulgar-is. illalva ...

Google previewThe Concise Dictionary of English Etymology (1993)

by Walter W. Skeat, Walter William Skeat

malua, a mallow. + Gk. itaXaxi (-mal-ua-ka*), a mallow ; named from its emollient properties; cf. Gk. fi.aXairfffu', to make toft, ftaAaxur, soft, mild. (y'MAR.) malachite, a green stone. (Gk.) Named from its colour, ...

Google previewLexicon S. Linguæ succinctum, etc (1600)

h Sal,fale condire, falfugo, malua,nauta. в Еnadere,liberare,lutum, п гRсx,regina ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Primitive Tribes in India (2004)

by P. K. Mohanty

KANDH Subcastes/ subgnups: Arria Kandh, Beniah Kandh, Malua, Nikitia Kandh, Orh, Oriya Kandh, ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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