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greek for 'wanker'
used often in a workplace where there is a majority of greeks present
worker1: YOU MALAKA!
worker2: heh ... yeh
by LaRgO October 19, 2004
 
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Malakas (Greek: nom. is a slang word, roughly equivalent to wanker, although it is usually employed where English would use asshole or jerk.1 It derives from the Greek word malakos (or 'malthakos'), which means "soft" or "spoilt, well-used to luxuries of life".2
Usage
In modern Greek, the word malakas is used metaphorically in everyday speech to define the individual that uses no common sense, who instead repeats the same mistakes many times over, while maintaining an attitude of self-righteousness. The relation is probably derived by the common notion according to which excessive masturbation harms the brain. While various swear words wax and wane in popularity, malakas is quite unaffected by phenomena such as this, being characterised by a certain timelesness. In addition, in parts of the world outside Greece, with significant Greek population (e.g. the States), the word malakas appears well known among non-Greek people too. This is perhaps an example of significant cultural exchange.
It falls into the class of slang where it is appropriate to use amongst friends, but may be considered an insult when used against strangers or enemies.
Malakas (female:mala'ko, or also can also be used in a variety of ways in modern Greek, according to the circumstance and the way the word is stressed:
In a phrase such as "Poor malakas", it is used affectionately.
Used imploringly, as in the phrase "Ela re malaka" (equivalent to "man" in the American "Come on, man")
Used to convey disapproval (perhaps when the request of the previous usage is denied, "Ti malakas" ("What a jerk").
As part of expressions of awe, admiration or surprise, as in "o, re malaka!", typically not referring to other persons present
In a vulgar form it literally means "wanker". To give some emphasis to the aforementioned one could use the compound word 'hontro-malakas', meaning simply fat-malakas, or the superlative 'poly malakas', meaning very much a malakas. The expression 'grande-malakas', which sounds french-greek, is also common and its meaning more or less obvious.
Surprisingly though, its main everyday use is as a vocative form of displaying one's befriending:
Malakas is also one of the most common Modern Greek word known worldwide, and one of the very few such words not referring to typical products or places.
Malakas is also used sometimes as a mild ethnic slur versus Greeks, when used by non-Greeks, because of its very common everyday usage.
"Yia sou re malaka!" among friends, although it is not suggested that you call a stranger “malaka”. (This parallels Australians use of "bastard" and the British use of "mate".)
Malakia
"Malakia" (abstract noun, plural "malakies") is used as
The literal act of wanking
A slang word for semen specifically produced by that act.
It also can be used to describe nonsense (better translated as bullshit)
An item considered worthless, a whatchamacallit.
A mistake, or (ironically and degradingly) a time-consuming non-productive action, eg. someone who is doing geeky things like studying Klingon language or playing video games, he is (is doing malakia) as a macho neo-Greek would comment. The parallel exists since these actions are a way to consume excessive energy and satisfy a desire, more or less like wanking.
In many cases, when someone wants to refer to acts classifying as "Malakia" or to a person classifying as "Malakas" this can by implied by the up-and-down movement of a closed fist (clear allusion to the act of masturbation).
Interestengly, malakas/malakia is the ideal word for mainstream greeks to describe persons or actions that can be classified as geeky.
See also
Classical definition of effeminacy
re (exclamation)
References
^ Tegopoulos, Fytrakis (1997). ("Mízon Hellinikó Lexikó"). Ekdoseis Armonia A.E., 676. ISBN 960-7598-04-0.
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Used imploringly, as in the phrase "Ela re malaka" (equivalent to "man" in the American "Come on, man")
Used to convey disapproval (perhaps when the request of the previous usage is denied, "Ti malakas" ("What a jerk").
by Haris24 November 09, 2006
 
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Greek word for wanker.
Useful word to know when visiting Greece, as you'll need to use it.
"Ela re, Malaka"
"He's such a malaka!"
by Posh Birds Do It Best March 28, 2009
 
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The greek swear word meaning 'Master Masturbater', someone who mastubates often...it is used often as an insult to males (it is often used as the word wanker)
"look at that guy, he thinks he's so hot...what a malaka!"
by greekkoukla July 03, 2009
 
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1. It officially is sb who has a mental problem.
2. In slang it describes a person who jacks off too often,
3. but it is widely used in 9 out of 10 sentences that a greek
guy may say, as a substitute for one's name!
1. He's gotta be malakas, totally psycho...!!!
2. What a malakas! He does his job 5 times a day!
3. How u doin you malaka?!(Pou'sai re malaka!!! instead of how u doin John?!)
by stkaratz July 16, 2006
 
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1)a man who has severely damaged brain cells due to non-stoppin' mastrubation
2)Established surname of every Greek person
3)A man with no personal opinion or judgement
4)total dickhead,outcast of the fuckin' society
O Klasikos,O Malakas,O Ellinas!
by MAD DOGG The Catalyst September 28, 2007
 
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A person who jerks off
"Aftos einai malakas"
by mike kavli July 21, 2003