Just in case

Next time we have to talk about Michelle Malkin.

Oxford English Dictionary:

malkin, mawkin Obs. exc. dial.
(ˈmɔːkɪn)
†1.1 Used as a female personal name; applied typically to a woman of the lower classes, esp. in various proverbial expressions. Obs.
†b.1.b The proper name of a female spectre or demon. (In 17th. c. app. associated with sense 5 a.)
†c.1.c = Maid Marian. Obs.
2.2 An untidy female, esp. a servant or country wench; a slut, slattern, drab; occas. a lewd woman.
†b.2.b An effeminate man. Obs.
3.3 A mop; a bundle of rags fastened to the end of a stick; esp. that used to clean out a baker’s oven. Obs. exc. dial.
b.3.b Naut. ‘A joint-staff sponge, for cleaning out a piece of ordnance’ (Smyth Sailor’s Word-bk.).
4.4 A scarecrow (also fig.); a ragged puppet or grotesque effigy; a ‘guy’. Obs. exc. dial.
5.5 As a designation for certain animals: sometimes as quasi-proper name. a.5.a A cat. dial.
Grimalkin occurs in Baldwin’s Beware the Cat, 1561–82.
b.5.b Sc. and north. dial. A hare.

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