[mahy-er or, German, mahy-uh r for 1; mey-er for 2; mahy-er for 3] /ˈmaɪ ər or, German, ˈmaɪ ər for 1; ˈmeɪ ər for 2; ˈmaɪ ər for 3/
Julius Robert von
[jool-yuh s rob-ert von;; German yoo-lee-oo s roh-bert fuh n] /ˈdʒul yəs ˈrɒb ərt vɒn;; German ˈyu li ʊs ˈroʊ bɛrt fən/ (Show IPA), 1814–78, German physicist.
[burt] /bɜrt/ (Show IPA), 1885–1957, U.S. motion-picture producer, born in Russia.
[goh-pert] /ˈgoʊ pərt/ (Show IPA), 1906–72, U.S. physicist, born in Poland: Nobel prize 1963.
(German) (ˈmaiər). Julius Robert von (ˈjuːliʊs ˈroːbɛrt fɔn). 1814–78, German physicist whose research in thermodynamics (1842) contributed to the discovery of the law of conservation of energy
(ˈmeɪə). Louis B(urt). 1885–1957, US film producer, born in Russia; founder and first head (1924–48) of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) film company
[mey-ist] /ˈmeɪ ɪst/ verb, Archaic. 1. 2nd person singular present indicative of 1 . [mey] /meɪ/ auxiliary verb, present singular 1st person may, 2nd may or (Archaic) mayest or mayst, 3rd may; present plural may; past might. 1. (used to express possibility): It may rain. 2. (used to express opportunity or permission): You may enter. […]
noun 1. (def 2).
[mey-fair] /ˈmeɪˌfɛər/ noun 1. a fashionable neighborhood in London, England, E of Hyde Park. /ˈmeɪˌfɛə/ noun 1. a fashionable district of west central London fashionable district of London, developed 18c., built on Brook fields, where an annual May fair had been held 17c.
[mey-feeld] /ˈmeɪˌfild/ noun 1. a city in SW Kentucky.