Definition of Malachi in English:

Malachi

Syllabification: Mal·a·chi
Pronunciation: /ˈmaləˌkī
 
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A book of the Bible belonging to a period before Ezra and Nehemiah.

Origin

from Hebrew mal'āḵī, literally 'my messenger'; Malachi is probably not a personal name, though often taken as such.

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