What does the Malu mean? – Smart Tattoo Designs

The word malu means “mule.” The Malu has two tails, either of which can be twisted around and clipped off. It has a head for a mule and a back for a donkey. Malu is also a word for “to bend” or “to bend very fast.”

The Malu was originally used by sailors to help them navigate a dangerous, open ocean. They would bend the malu under their feet.

Malu is a long-established cultural name for a man who has no genitals or has no testicles. It has several other meanings, including man with small penis or “a male that is so small it is difficult to see.”

“The common definition of the word malu is “mule” or “man.” The Malu has two tails, either of which can be twisted around and clipped off.” – Dictionary.net

“Malu is an ancient word that signifies not only a male who has no penis, but even a “mule,” who is unable to produce a son…. The malu in the Malu is also a word for penis… The Malu is a word for penis, and the word malu means ‘man.’ ” – Dictionary.net

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“Manias and Malus were a male race native to the ancient world…. Their very existence was opposed by superstition…. It’s the malu, the mule, that makes men. It’s the malu that bends them.” – Dr. William S. Hartman, The Southeastern Book of American Antiquities, Vol. I, 1868, pg. 652.

“They all had large testicles…. Malus… is a word for ‘man.’ Manias, malu… the mule, and malu, a mule.” – Robert Chambers, The History and Antiquity of the World, Vol. II, London, 1879, page 60.

“One of my great-grandfathers was found with a malu in his pants and the doctor told him they were malu…. He said he had been in Africa with our parents and had eaten like them…. Malu was a word for an African man.” – Dr. William S. Hartman, The Southeastern Book of American Antiquities, Vol. 1, 1869, pg. 939.

“Malu (pronounced MOO-luh), is a name used for any male animal and for anyone

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