Definition of Malcolm in English:

Malcolm

Line breaks: Mal|colm
Pronunciation: /ˈmalkəm
 
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1The name of four kings of Scotland:
1.1 Malcolm I ( d.954), reigned 943–54.
1.2 Malcolm II ( circa 954–1034), reigned 1005–34.
1.3 Malcolm III ( circa 1031–93), son of Duncan I, reigned 1058–93; known as Malcolm Canmore (from Gaelic Ceann-mor great head). He came to the throne after killing Macbeth in battle (1057), and helped to form Scotland into an organized kingdom.
1.4 Malcolm IV ( 1141–65), grandson of David I, reigned 1153–65; known as Malcolm the Maiden. His reign witnessed a progressive loss of power to Henry II of England; he died young and without an heir.

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