Malik

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Gender: M Meaning of Malik: "king" Origin of Malik: Arabic Malik's Popularity in 2016: #382

A name popular among African-American parents, with many spelling variations, including Malek and Maliq.

Famous People Named Malik

Malik Al-Ashtar, follower of the Prophet Muhammad
Malik ibn Anas, 8th century Arabian Muslim jurist and theologian
Malik Edwards, American rapper of duo Illegal
Malik Cox aka Memphis Bleek, American rapper
Malik Izaak Taylor aka Phife Dawg, American rapper
(Abdul-)Malik Kashie Yoba, American actor
Malik Jabari Rose, American basketball player
Malik Samory Hairston, American basketball player
Malik Nur Khan, Pakistani Air Force general
Malik Yusef, American spoken word artist and poet
Malik Ram (Baveja), Indian Urdu, Persian and Arabic scholar
Zayn Malik, British singer formerly of boyband One Direction

Pop Culture References for the name Malik

Malik (also known as Marik) from the original Yu-Gi-Oh
Malik Al-Sayf, character in the game Assassin's Creed
Meera Malik, a character in NBC's The Blacklist
Malik Williams, character from movie "Higher Learning"