Related formsMal·div·i·an [mawl-div-ee-uh n, mal‐] /mɔlˈdɪv i ən, mæl‐/, adjective, noun
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The restaurant is part of the Conrad Rangali Resort, which spans two private islands in the Maldives.
And when it comes to holidays - see Will and Kate's latest trip to the Maldives - the young royals have a total blind spot.The British Royals Dubious Love Affair With Repressive Kazakhstan|Tom Sykes|March 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The young royals arrived in the Maldives at 9:45am this morning on a British Airways flight, the Royalist understands.
He raised the money to go to the Maldives, and he hoped that he would be able to persuade the president to allow him to stay.
Shenk observes that there were ominous hints even while they were filming in the Maldives.
Many are larger still; fertile, inhabited, and populous, like the Maldives.The Insect|Jules Michelet
Laval's work dispelled the idea that the nut grew upon the Maldives.
The exports are almost confined to rice, which is sent to Ceylon, the Maldives and Mauritius.
The cocoa-nut tree is supposed to have been brought from the Maldives to the West Indies.