But it is quite out of its setting as a doctrine of mala prohibita and mala in se.
We were out of Paris that night—my friend, and mala, and myself.
At nobis est domi inopia, foris aes alienum, mala res, spes multo asperior; denique quid reliqui habemus praeter miseram animam?
The devotion of mala and himself to that child was beyond all question.
I cannot imagine the mala Strana changing very much, nor will you when once you have seen it.
The word is said to mean ‘filled’ with knowledge, from mala, to fill.
H nug seria ducent / In mala—These trifles will lead to serious mischief.
The mere malum prohibitum would, as usual, have produced the mala in se.
As mala walked serenely toward the hall door, there was only a touch of sullenness at the corners of her mouth.
On arrival at mala we were told to bivouac in a field adjoining the road, just outside the village.
in Buddhism, a string of beads used in meditation, esp. for counting recitations; a Buddhist rosary
Malas come in various lengths, mainly in 108- and 27-bead strands.
Sanskrit 'garland trengwa'
mala ma·la (mā'lə)
n. pl. ma·lae (-lē)