[mey-hyoo] /ˈmeɪ hyu/
Jonathan, 1720–66, American Congregational clergyman.
Thomas, 1593–1682, American colonist, born in England: settler and governor of Martha’s Vineyard.
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)
[mey-ing] /ˈmeɪ ɪŋ/ noun 1. the celebration of . [mey] /meɪ/ noun 1. the fifth month of the year, containing 31 days. 2. the early part of one’s life, especially the prime: a young woman in her May. 3. the festivities of . 4. (lowercase) British. the hawthorn. 5. a female given name. 6. Cape, […]
[mey-nerd] /ˈmeɪ nərd/ noun 1. a male given name.
[mey-uh nt, meynt] /ˈmeɪ ənt, meɪnt/ 1. contraction of may not. /ˈmeɪənt; meɪnt/ contraction 1. may not
[mey-oh] /ˈmeɪ oʊ/ noun, Informal. 1. . [mey-oh] /ˈmeɪ oʊ/ noun 1. Charles Horace, 1865–1939, and his brother William James, 1861–1939, U.S. surgeons. 2. a county in NW Connaught province, in the NW Republic of Ireland. 2084 sq. mi. (5400 sq. km). County seat: Castlebar. /ˈmeɪəʊ/ noun 1. a county of NW Republic of Ireland, […]