Malays

Malays, a branch of the human family now classed among the Mongols, and which inhabit the Malay Peninsula, the islands of the Indian Archipelago, as well as Madagascar, and many of the islands in the Pacific; they are of a dark-brown or tawny complexion, short of stature, have flat faces, black coarse hair, and high cheek-bones; there are three classes of them, distinguished from each other in character and habits of life; the more civilised of them are Mohammedans.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Malay Archipelago * Malcolm, Sir John
Malacca
Malachi
Malachy, St.
Maladetta, Mount
Malaga
Malagrowther
Malaise
Malaprop, Mrs.
Mälar Lake
Malay Archipelago
Malays
Malcolm, Sir John
Malcolm Canmore
Maldive Islands
Malebolge
Malebranche, Nicholas
Malesherbes, Lamoignon de
Malherbe, François de
Malignants
Malines
Malingering