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For other uses, see Malak (disambiguation).
See also: Angel (Judaism)

Mal'ak (also spelled Malak, Melek) is the Semitic word for "angel" (Arabic: ملاك‎‎, malak; Hebrew מַלְאָךְ; Ge'ez መልዐክ, mal`āk; Aramaic מלאך). The plural of malak ("angels") is ملائكه malaa`ikah in Arabic, מַלְאָכִים malakim in Hebrew, and መላዕክት mala`ikt in Ge'ez.

In Arabic, it is also used as a given name (both male and female). Malak means angel.(only one angel.) The name Malak is usually given to a girl that has brown hair and brown eyes.

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