Crossword clues for malo
n. (context informal English) malolactic fermentation
Malo was an American Latin-tinged rock and roll group. The San Francisco-based ensemble was led by Arcelio Garcia and Jorge Santana, the brother of Latin-rock guitarist, Carlos Santana.
Five of Malo's original members (Santana, Leo, Garcia, Tellez, and Bean) had previously played in the band, The Malibus. The other three founding members (Abel Zarate, Roy Murray, and Richard Spremich) had played together in the group Naked Lunch.
Malo, which in Spanish means bad or evil may also refer to:
Saint Malo [sɛ̃.ma.lo] (also known as Maclou or Mac'h Low, or in Latin as Maclovius or Machutus, born c. 27 March 520, died 15 November 621) was a mid-sixth century founder of Saint-Malo, a commune in Brittany, France. He was one of the seven founding saints of Brittany.
Saint Malo of Aleth was baptized as an adult by Saint Brendan the Navigator. He became a student of Saint Brendan. As a monk at Llancarfan Abbey in Wales, Saint Malo was known for his participation in the famous Voyage of Saint Brendan. As an Immigrant to Brittany, he helped in the missionary work of Saint Aaron of Brittany, was the First bishop of Aleth (modern Saint-Servan, France) and established churches in the area of Brittany now named Saint-Malo in his honor. Saint Malo of Aleth was later driven from the area to Saintes, France by opponents of his mission.
Details of Malo's career have been preserved in three medieval 'Lives' that seem to include incidents associated with multiple people bearing a similar name. It appears that Saint Malo of Aleth was probably born in Wales in approximately 520.
Malo's name may derive from the Old Bretonmachlou, a compound of mach "warrant, hostage" and lou (or loh) "brilliant, bright, beautiful".
Malo is the first album by 12-piece San Francisco band Malo, released in 1972. It contains the #18 single, "Suavecito". The album charted 14 at Pop albums.
Malo is a genus of box jellies. It contains four species. Malo kingi and Malo maximus (previously Malo maxima, corrected for gender) were described by the Australian marine biologist Lisa-Ann Gershwin in 2007 and 2005, respectively. Both species are extremely venomous Irukandji jellyfish. A third, Malo filipina from the Philippines, was described in 2012, and a fourth species from Northern Australia, the smallest of the genus, was described in 2014 and named M. bella.
Malo is an island in the Solomon Islands; it is located in Temotu Province.
Category:Islands of the Solomon Islands
Malo (from Latin ego mālō /ˈmaː.loː/, meaning I prefer) is an Italian luxury brand of cashmere, started in Florence in 1972 by brothers Alfredo and Giacomo Canessa.
Malo products are produced in Italy. It's collections are seasonal and are distributed through a direct sales network that includes Malo stores, multi-brand stores and selected department stores in different parts of the world.
Usage examples of "malo".
Malo on the day when I was examining there the relics of the vessel which Cartier was obliged to leave in the Canadian river, because so many of his men had died of scurvy and exposure that he had not sufficient crew to man the three ships home.
Malo for a few months, Cartier was sent out to bring the Lord of Norembega home.
Malo saw them or not, we have record that Champlain in his exploration of the Atlantic coast did discern their peaks upon his horizon.
Cahours, Lymoges, Castres malo sepmano De nuech l'intrado, de Bourdeaux vn cailhau, Par Perigort au toc de la campano.
He had by dint of cudgelling his brains just thought of the Southampton - St Malo service.
But the crowd left her antics and started to applaud as blunt Malo, from the other side of the island, suddenly wrapped a bit of yellow tapa about his shoulders and made believe he was fat Tatai of Havaiki, executing ridiculous steps to the music and lampooning that chief's pompous ways.
According to Wachter it means, unstained, from the privative a, and malo a stain.
I knew him to be a brutal, stupid person, thick-chested, thick-necked, a hairy, hombre malo who liked to castrate male slaves, rape slave women, and flog everybody in sight.
Malo, an aging Catholic summer camp some twenty-five or thirty miles north of Kelly Dahl Campground along the same Peak to Peak Highway.
He won her sympathies at once by carrying on about the sunsets at St Malo, sunsets which, for two days running, we had missed because I hadn't had the energy to walk from the railway hotel to the old city.