mud [is it mis-spelling of mala?], in pakka-m˚-kalala (boiling mud) Ja.vi.400. Kern,
s. v. believes to see the same word in phrase mālā-kacavara at Ja.ii.416 (but very doubtful).
perhaps froth, dirty surface, in pheṇa˚; Mil.117 (cp. mālin 2) where it may however be māla (“wreaths of foam”).
in asi˚; the interpretation given under asi (as “dirt see above p. 88) has been changed into “sword-garland, thus taking it as mālā. Malaka (Malaka)