What does the Greek word ‘malaka’ mean?
Dude Changed status to publish February 9, 2022
To be ruffled, to feel angry, or disturbed.
Malaka is a common word in Greece and it has nothing to do with the fruit we know as “mangoes.” It might also be translated as being ‘ruffled,’ feeling either angry or perplexed.
One of my personal favorites: Malakas are people who just can’t get along with anyone and always look for friction with themselves and others around them.
Occasionally used as an adjective to refer something that puts one in such a state- ex- “That lousy TV show messed up my evening! That malaka…!”