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Malachi

[ mal-uh-kahy ]
/ ˈmæl əˌkaɪ /
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noun

a Minor Prophet of the 5th century b.c.
the book of the Bible bearing his name. Abbreviation: Mal.

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Also Douay Bible, Mal·a·chi·as [mal-uh-kahy-uhs]. /ˌmæl əˈkaɪ əs/.
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British Dictionary definitions for Malachi

Malachi
/ (ˈmæləˌkaɪ) /

noun Old Testament

a Hebrew prophet of the 5th century bc
the book containing his oraclesDouay spelling: Malachias (ˌmæləˈkaɪəs)
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