What Does the Yiddish Word Malach Ha Mavis Mean?

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The words malach ha mavis are words in Yiddish. The words mean 'angel of death' or 'a bad or evil ruler'. This language is mostly spoken by Jews and also by the descendants of Jews in Europe.
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It means Angel of Death.
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