KJV Dictionary Definition: malic
MA'LIC, a. L.malum, an apple. Pertaining to apples; drawn from the juice of apples; as malic acid.
MAL'ICE, n. L.malitia, from malus, evil. Extreme enmity of heart, or malevolence; a disposition to injure others without cause, from mere personal gratification or from a spirit of revenge; unprovoked malignity or spite.
--Nor set down aught in malice.
MAL'ICE, v.t. To regard with extreme ill will. Not used.