[muh k-dou-uh l] /məkˈdaʊ əl/
Edward Alexander, 1861–1908, U.S. composer and pianist.
[muh k-don-uh] /məkˈdɒn ə/ noun 1. Thomas, 1783–1825, U.S. naval officer: defeated British on Lake Champlain 1814.
Gaelic Mac Dhuibh “son of Dubh,” literally “black.”
[meys] /meɪs/ noun 1. a clublike armor-breaking weapon of war, often with a flanged or spiked metal head, used chiefly in the Middle Ages. 2. a ceremonial staff carried before or by certain officials as a symbol of office. 3. . 4. Billiards. a light stick with a flat head, formerly used at times instead […]
[meys-bair-er] /ˈmeɪsˌbɛər ər/ noun 1. an official, as of a city or legislative body, who carries a ceremonial before dignitaries. /ˈmeɪsˌbɛərə/ noun 1. a person who carries a mace in processions or ceremonies