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Spell Check of Malcolm

Correct spelling: Malcolm

Common misspellings:

  • malcom (77%)
  • malcome (8%)
  • macolm (3%)
  • malcomb (3%)
  • malcolms (3%)
  • mlacolm (2%)
  • malcomn (2%)


  \m(a)-lco-lm, mal-colm\

Meaning: devotee of Saint Columba

Origin: Scottish

Malcolm as a boy's name is pronounced MAL-cum. It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Malcolm is "devotee of Saint Columba". The name of the prince of Scotland who became king after Macbeth murdered his father. Shakespeare's play was based on the true story. The name appeals to black families because of Malcom X. Publisher Malcolm Forbes.

Related names: Calum.

Sounds Like: Malkiel.

Variants: Malkolm, Malcom, Malcolum.

Examples of usage:

1) Thus, says Malcolm Malcolmson: '3004. Did you consider yourselves bound to take goods from Mouat's store? - "Second Shetland Truck System Report", William Guthrie.

2) Carlin rose to lead them to dinner at last, but Malcolm shook his head. - "Son of Power", Will Levington Comfort and Zamin Ki Dost.

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