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Malcolm, Máel Coluim, or Maol Choluim is a name of Gaelic origin and may refer to:

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1911 encyclopedia

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From LoveToKnow 1911

MALCOLM, the name of four kings of the Scots, two of whom, MALCOLM I., king from 943 to 954, and MALCOLM king from 1005 to 1034, are shadowy and unimportant personages.


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Wiktionary

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Etymology

Royal name in Scotland, anglicized from Gaelic Mael Coluim " devotee of (Saint) Columba".[1]

Proper noun

Singular
Malcolm

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Malcolm

  1. A male given name.

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  1. ^ Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges: A Concise Dictionary of Firtys Names. Oxford University Press 2001.

Wikispecies

Up to date as of January 23, 2010
(Redirected to William M. Malcolm article)

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William M. Malcolm   (Malcolm)

Lichenologist (New Zealand)

Address (in 1997):
Micro-Optics Ltd., Box 320, Nelson, New Zealand

Lichen author of:

Pertusaria duppensis A.W.Archer & Malcolm, 1995
Pertusaria flavovelata Elix & Malcolm, 1995
Pertusaria spilota A.W.Archer & Malcolm, 1997
Pertusaria vallicola Elix & Malcolm, 1995

Selected publications

  • Malcolm, W. and Galloway, D.J. (1997) New Zealand Lichens: Checklist, Key, and Glossary. - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington. 192 pp.
  • Lumbsch, H.T., McCarthy, P.M. and Malcolm, W. (2001) Key to the Genera of Australian Lichens: Apothecial Crusts. - Flora of Australia Supplementary Series, 11, Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra. 64 pp.







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