Complete Definition of "malicious"

English

Etymology
From L. malitiosus, from malitia meaning "malice", from malus meaning "bad"

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Of, pertaining to, or as a result of malice or spite
  2. Deliberately harmful; spiteful

Translations
trans-top|Of, pertaining to, or as a result of malice or spite
Bulgarian: злобен, злоÑÑен
Dutch: boos, kwaad, kwaadaardig
French : malveillant
German: böse, boshaft
Greek: κακÏβοÏÎ»Î¿Ï (kakovulos) m, κακενÏÏεÏÎ®Ï (kakentrekhes) m, μοÏθηÏÏÏ (mokhtheros) m
trans-mid
Ido : mal-vol-anta, maligna
Italian: doloso, cattivo, malizioso
Russian: злой (zloj)
Spanish: malicioso
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trans-top|Deliberately harmful; spiteful
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