Also, Maude. a female given name, form of .
a shawl or rug of grey wool plaid formerly worn in Scotland
fem. proper name, from Old French Mahaut, from Medieval Latin Matilda from Germanic (cf. Old High German Mahthilda; see Matilda).
[mawd-lin] /ˈmɔd lɪn/ adjective 1. tearfully or weakly emotional; foolishly sentimental: a maudlin story of a little orphan and her lost dog. 2. foolishly or mawkishly sentimental because of drunkenness. /ˈmɔːdlɪn/ adjective 1. foolishly tearful or sentimental, as when drunk adj. c.1600, “tearful,” from Middle English fem. proper name Maudelen (early 14c.), from Magdalene (Old […]
[mawdz-lee] /ˈmɔdz li/ noun 1. Henry, 1771–1831, English mechanical engineer.
[maw-ger] /ˈmɔ gər/ preposition, Archaic. 1. in spite of; notwithstanding. /ˈmɔːɡə/ adjective 1. (Caribbean) (of persons or animals) thin or lean /ˈmɔːɡə/ preposition 1. (obsolete) in spite of
[mawm] /mɔm/ noun 1. W(illiam) Somerset [suhm-er-set,, -sit] /ˈsʌm ərˌsɛt,, -sɪt/ (Show IPA), 1874–1965, English novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer. /ˈmɔːm/ noun 1. W(illiam) Somerset. 1874–1965, English writer. His works include the novels Of Human Bondage (1915) and Cakes and Ale (1930), short stories, and comedies