Malebolge

Malebolge, the name given to the eighth circle in Dante's “Inferno,” as consisting of “evil pits,” which the name means, 10 in number, for those guilty of frauds: contains (1) seducers, (2) flatterers, (3) simonists, (4) soothsayers, (5) bribers and receivers of bribes, (6) hypocrites, (7) robbers, (8) evil advisers, (9) slanderers, (10) forgers.

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

Maldive Islands * Malebranche, Nicholas
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
Mallet, David
Mallock, William Hurrell
Malmaison
Malmesbury, William of

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Malebolge in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable