Definition of Malai. Meaning of Malai. Synonyms of Malai

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Definition of Malai

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Malaise
Malaise Ma`laise", n. [F., fr. mal ill + aise ease.] (Med.) An indefinite feeling of uneasiness, or of being sick or ill at ease.

Meaning of Malai from wikipedia

- make malai. Malai is a major ingredient in malai kofta dumplings and in sweet dishes like malai pedha, ras malai and malai kulfi. In recipes for malai kofta...
- Malai Malai is a 2009 Tamil language action comedy film written and directed by A. Venkatesh starring Arun Vijay, Prabhu and Vedhika in the lead roles...
- Ras malai or rossomalai (Bengali: রসমালাই) or rasamalei (Odia: ରସମଲେଇ) is a dessert originating from the Indian subcontinent. The dessert is called rossomalai...
- Makhan Malai (Hindi: मक्खन मलाई) or Malai Makkhan also called 'Malaiyo or Nimish is a sweet snack made from milk cream during the winters. This dessert...
- Phuang malai (Thai: พวงมาลัย, pronounced [pʰūa̯ŋ māːlāj]) or malai (มาลัย, [māːlāj]) are a Thai form of floral garland. They are often given as offerings...
- Malai is a type of clotted cream used in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent. Malai may also refer to: Malai District, Cambodia Malai (commune), a commune...
- Chingri malai curry (Bengali: চিংড়ি মালাই কারি) also known as prawn malai curry, is a Bengali curry made from prawns and coconut milk and flavoured with...
- The Marundhuvazh Malai also known as the Marundhu Vazhum Malai/Maruthwamalai ("the abode of medicinal herbs"), forms the part and the southernmost tip...
- Merku Thodarchi Malai (English: Western Ghats) is a 2018 Indian Tamil language drama film. It was directed by Lenin Bharathi and produced by Vijay Sethupathi...
- Phra Malai Kham Luang (Thai: พระมาลัยคำหลวง) is the royal version of a Thai legendary poem of the Sri Lankan Arhat Maliyadeva whose stories are po****r...
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