Definition of Malorian in English:

Malorian

(also Maloryan)

adjective

  • Relating to or characteristic of Sir Thomas Malory or his style of writing.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in ‘Marie Corelli’ (1855–1924), novelist (real name Mary Mackay). From the name of Sir Thomas Malory (fl. 1470), English author of the prose romance Le Morte d'Arthur + -an.

Pronunciation

Malorian

/məˈlɔːrɪən/