[mag-wey, muh-gey; Spanish mah-gey] /ˈmæg weɪ, məˈgeɪ; Spanish mɑˈgeɪ/
any of several plants of the genus Agave, of the agave family, especially the cantala, A. cantala.
the fiber from these plants.
a rope made from this or a similar fiber.
any of various tropical American agave plants of the genera Agave or Furcraea, esp one that yields a fibre or is used in making an alcoholic beverage
the fibre from any of these plants, used esp for rope
“agave,” 1550s, from Spanish, from Taino, a native Haitian language.
[mey-guh s] /ˈmeɪ gəs/ noun, plural Magi [mey-jahy] /ˈmeɪ dʒaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. (sometimes lowercase) one of the . 2. (lowercase) a magician, sorcerer, or astrologer. 3. (sometimes lowercase) a Zoroastrian priest. Compare (def 2). [mey-jahy] /ˈmeɪ dʒaɪ/ plural noun, singular Magus [mey-guh s] /ˈmeɪ gəs/ (Show IPA) 1. (sometimes lowercase) the wise men, generally […]
noun, Automotive. 1. a wheel containing magnesium or aluminum generally alloyed with steel, which makes it lighter in weight and shinier than an ordinary steel wheel: used especially on racing cars and sports cars.
[mag-yahr, mahg-; Hungarian mo-dyor] /ˈmæg yɑr, ˈmɑg-; Hungarian ˈmɒ dyɒr/ noun 1. a member of the ethnic group, of the Finno-Ugric stock, that forms the predominant element of the population of Hungary. 2. (def 3). adjective 3. of or relating to the Magyars or their language; . /ˈmæɡjɑː/ noun 1. (pl) -yars. a member of […]
[mo-dyor-awr-sahg] /ˈmɒ dyɒrˈɔr sɑg/ noun 1. Hungarian name of . /ˈmɔdjɔrorsaːɡ/ noun 1. the Hungarian name for Hungary