May

May (eɪ {respell|may}) is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of seven months with the length of 31 days. May is a month of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere and spring in the Northern Hemisphere (Summer in Europe). Therefore May in the Southern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of November in the Norther...
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May

• (n.) The merrymaking of May Day. • (n.) The fifth month of the year, containing thirty-one days. • (v.) An auxiliary verb qualifyng the meaning of another verb, by expressing: (a) Ability, competency, or possibility; -- now oftener expressed by can. • (n.) The early part or springtime of life. • (n.) The flowers of the ha...
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May

(from the article `Mácha, Karel Hynek`) ...prose works remained unfinished, but they exhibit a mastery not previously attained by writers in the newly revived literary language. His best ...
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May

noun the month following April and preceding June
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May

[inhabited locality] May (Май) is the name of several rural localities in the Sakha Republic, Russia: ...
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May

[name] May is an English feminine given name. It is derived from the name of the month, which comes from Maia, the name of a Roman fertility goddess. The name May is also used as a pet form of Mary and Margaret. People with the given name May include: ==Given name== ...
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May

May (mā) v. [ imperfect Might (mīt)] [ Anglo-Saxon present mæg I am able, pret. meahte , mihte ; akin to Dutch mogen , German mögen , Old High German mugan , magan , Icelandic mega , Goth. m...
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May

May noun [ Confer Icelandic mær , Goth. mawi ; akin to English maiden . √103.] A maiden. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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May

fifth month of the Gregorian calendar. It was named after Maia, a Roman fertility goddess.
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May

May is a Hindustani name for girls. The meaning is `great, mother, born in May` The name May is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. (8 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Mavis, Mabel What do they use in other countries? Mae (English) Maya (English) Meiko Mary (English, NAMES_Bibl) Mya (English) Maurya The ...
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May

May is the fifth month in the year, but third in the old Roman calendar. It has thirty-one days. The Romans regarded it as unlucky to contract marriages during its course - a superstition still prevalent in some parts of Europe until the Great War. On the 1st of May the old Celtic peoples held a festival called Beltane. In former days out-door spor...
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may

may, name for several plants; in England, particularly the hawthorn. See also mayflower.
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May

May: see month.
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May

Type: Term Pronunciation: mā Definitions: 1. Richard, German physician. See: May-Hegglin anomaly
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may

v. a choice to act or not, or a promise of a possibility, as distinguished from "shall," which makes it imperative. 2) in statutes, and sometimes in contracts, the word "may" must be read in context to determine if it means an act is optional or mandatory, for it may be an imperative. The same careful analysis must be made of the word "shall." Non-...
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May

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May

[n] - the month following April and preceding June 2. [v] - get to or be allowed to do something
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