One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A weapon; especially an open razor used as a weapon.
with object To do violence to (a person), especially to wound with an open razor.
1970s. Origin uncertain; perhaps shortened from Malcolm Fraser (or Frazer), presumed rhyming slang for ‘razor’, although this is otherwise unattested and no connection with any person of this name has been established<br>1970s. From malky.
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