See also: malte, malté, Maltę, and målte

Danish

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Diminutive of the male given name Helmolt, from Old High German helm (helmet) + *waltan (to rule).

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Malte

  1. a male given name

French

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From Italian and Maltese Malta, from Arabic مالطا, from Latin Melita.

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Malte f

  1. Malta (an island country in Southern Europe)
  2. Malta (The largest island in the Maltese Archipelago)
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Friulian

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Malte f

  1. Malta (an island country in Southern Europe)
  2. Malta (The largest island in the Maltese Archipelago)
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German

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Malte f (genitive Malte, plural Malten)

  1. Obsolete form of Melde (saltbush)
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Etymology 2

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From Danish Malte.

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Malte

  1. a male given name

Further reading

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  • Malte” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

Limburgish

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Malte

  1. Malta (an island country in Southern Europe)
  2. Malta (The largest island in the Maltese Archipelago)

Norman

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(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

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Malte f (Jersey)

  1. Malta (an island country in Southern Europe)
  2. Malta (The largest island in the Maltese Archipelago)

Slovak

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Malte f

  1. dative/locative singular of Malta

Slovene

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Mȃlte

  1. genitive singular of Mȃlta

Swedish

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From Danish Malte. First recorded as a Swedish given name in 1672.

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Malte c (genitive Maltes)

  1. a male given name