Definition of Malcolm X in US English:

Malcolm X

proper noun

  • (1925–65), US political activist; born Malcolm Little. He joined the Nation of Islam in 1946 and became a vigorous campaigner for black rights, initially advocating the use of violence. In 1964, he converted to orthodox Islam and moderated his views on black separatism; he was assassinated the following year.


Malcolm X

/ˌmalkəm ˈeks/