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„Malcolm“ - proper noun, singular

The term Malcolm is the 7.053th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 12.745 times in the reference corpus. Malcolm is a 1986 Australian cult film comedy, written by the husband-and-wife team of David Parker and Nadia Tass, and directed by Nadia Tass.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. The syllabication is Mal·colm. There follow sample usages of the term in text: "... signed North Melbourne champion Malcolm Blight to coach the club."¹ "Michael Jones and Malcolm Underwood suggest that Margaret ..."² "... 1867 his oldest son Malcolm shot himself, perhaps accidentally ..."³ Rotated its written mloclaM. The term is rhyming on Kilmacolm und Colm. The according MD5 checksum is d4bf72b744ae08fad1404e1b19d77cc9 and the SHA1 checksum is c7f1d5505e111246d2e4114c5aa625596a5bc1fc. The T9 representation 6252656 accords this word.

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word name: Malcolm

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Sir Ian McKinnon sitcom Derek Noel Neill

typical right word neighbours: McDowell Turnbull Fraser X McLaren Sargent Muggeridge

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