[mey-hap, mey-hap] /ˌmeɪˈhæp, ˈmeɪˌhæp/
an archaic word for perhaps
1530s, from phrase (it) may hap.
[mey-hap-uh n] /ˌmeɪˈhæp ən/ adverb, Archaic. 1. perhaps; mayhap.
- May-hegglin anomaly
May-Hegglin anomaly (mā’-) n. See Hegglin’s anomaly.
[mey-hem, mey-uh m] /ˈmeɪ hɛm, ˈmeɪ əm/ noun 1. Law. the crime of willfully inflicting a bodily injury on another so as to make the victim less capable of self-defense or, under modern statutes, so as to cripple or mutilate the victim. 2. random or deliberate violence or damage. 3. a state of rowdy disorder: […]
[mey-hyoo] /ˈmeɪ hyu/ noun 1. Jonathan, 1720–66, American Congregational clergyman. 2. Thomas, 1593–1682, American colonist, born in England: settler and governor of Martha’s Vineyard. /ˈmeɪhjuː/ noun 1. Henry. 1812–87, British social commentator, journalist, and writer; a founder of Punch (1841): best known for London Labour and the London Poor (1851–62)