Definitions for malarˈmeɪ lər
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The cheekbone, which forms a part of the lower edge of the orbit.
pertaining to the cheek
Origin: From modern Latin malaris, from Latin mala ‘jaw, cheek-bone’.
of or pertaining to the region of the cheek bone, or to the malar bone; jugal
the cheek bone, which forms a part of the lower edge of the orbit
Origin: [L. mala the cheek: cf. F. malaire.]
Malar is the Faerûnian deity of the hunt, evil lycanthropes, and bestial savagery and bloodlust in Ed Greenwood's Forgotten Realms fictional world of Abeir-Toril for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. His dogma, such as it is, concerns savage hunts, the spreading of the curse of lycanthropy, and general contempt for civilization.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
mā′lar, adj. pertaining to the cheek.—n. the bone which forms the prominence of the cheek. [L. mala, the cheek—mandĕre, to chew.]
alarm, Marla, marla, ramal
The numerical value of malar in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of malar in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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