noun, plural Mal·a·gas·y, Mal·a·gas·ies for 1.
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M. Pollen gives several other particulars of these Lemurs, and of the curious notions of the Malagasy respecting them.A Hand-book to the Primates, Volume 1 (of 2)|Henry O. Forbes
The following distinct African and Malagasy generic representatives of the subfamily are recognized, viz.
This has been resisted by the Malagasy Government as most undesirable in the present condition of the country.
Still more surprising in its resemblances is the Malagasy version of the narrative.Custom and Myth|Andrew Lang
Until lately polygamy has been common among all the Malagasy tribes, and divorce effected in an absurdly easy fashion.
"pertaining to Madagascar," large island off the coast of Africa, 1835, apparently a native alteration of Madagascar.