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NounEdit

май (māj)

  1. May

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BashkirEdit

 
Аҡ май [1]

EtymologyEdit

Cognate with Tatar май (may), Kazakh май (may), Kyrgyz май (may), Southern Altai май (may), Uyghur ماي(may, oil, butter, fat, grease).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /mɑj/
  • Hyphenation: май (one syllable)

NounEdit

май (may)

  1. butter
  2. oil, liquid fat
    Симешкә майы.
    Simeškä mayï.
    Sunflower seed oil.
    Балыҡ майы.
    Balïq mayï.
    fish oil.
  1. fat
  2. petroleum-based fluid, oil
  3. grease

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BelarusianEdit

 
Belarusian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia be

Alternative formsEdit

  • maj (maj) (Łacinka Orthography)

PronunciationEdit

  • (file)

NounEdit

май (majm

  1. May
    • у/ў ма́і (u/ǔ mái) — in May

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(Gregorian calendar months) сту́дзень (stúdzjenʹ), лю́ты (ljúty), сакаві́к (sakavík), красаві́к (krasavík), тра́вень (trávjenʹ) / май, чэ́рвень (čérvjenʹ), лі́пень (lípjenʹ), жні́вень (žnívjenʹ), ве́расень (vjérasjenʹ), кастры́чнік (kastrýčnik), лістапа́д (listapád), сне́жань (snjéžanʹ)


BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

май (majm

  1. May, the fifth month of the year

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ParticleEdit

май (maj)

  1. it seems (to me that)
    Май че не е така.Maj če ne e taka.I rather doubt it.
  2. in all probability/likelihood, most probably, apparently, to all appearances, by all appearances, very likely
    Май че ще вали.Maj če šte vali.It looks like rain; l'm afraid it's going to rain; I fancy it will rain.

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KazakhEdit

Cyrillic май (may)
Arabic [Term?]

NounEdit

май (may) (nominative plural майлар)

  1. butter

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KyrgyzEdit

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NounEdit

май (may)

  1. butter

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic маи (mai) from Byzantine Greek Μάϊος (Máïos) from Latin māius from Maia (perhaps) from Proto-Indo-European *magya (she who is great) from Proto-Indo-European *mégh₂s (great).

NounEdit

май (majm inan (genitive ма́я, nominative plural ма́и, genitive plural ма́ев)

  1. May
    • в ма́еv májein May
    • в ма́е э́того го́даv máje étovo gódain May
    • в ма́е про́шлого го́даv máje próšlovo gódaMay of last year
    • в ма́е бу́дущего го́даv máje búduščevo gódaMay of next year
    • до ма́яdo májauntil May
    • с ма́я по дека́брьs mája po dekábrʹfrom May to December
    • к ма́юk májuby May
    • пе́рвое ма́яpérvoje májaMay first
    • пе́рвого ма́яpérvovo májaon May first
    • 1-го ма́я 2010 г.1-vo mája 2010 g.May 1, 2010
    • 1.V.2010 г.1.V.2010 g.May 1, 2010
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(Gregorian calendar months) ме́сяц григориа́нского календаря́ (mésjac grigoriánskovo kalendarjá); янва́рь (janvárʹ), февра́ль (fevrálʹ), март (mart), апре́ль (aprélʹ), май (maj), ию́нь (ijúnʹ), ию́ль (ijúlʹ), а́вгуст (ávgust), сентя́брь (sentjábrʹ), октя́брь (oktjábrʹ), ноя́брь (nojábrʹ), дека́брь (dekábrʹ) (Category: ru:Months)

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

май (maj)

  1. second-person singular imperative imperfective of ма́ять (májatʹ)

RusynEdit

NounEdit

май (majm

  1. May
    в ма́юv májuin May

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TajikEdit

 
Tajik Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia tg

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian май (maj).

NounEdit

Dari Persian مه
Iranian Persian مه
Tajiki Persian май (may)

май (may)

  1. May

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TatarEdit

NounEdit

май (may)

  1. May

TuvanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian май (maj).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

май (may)

  1. May

SynonymsEdit

  • беш ай (bäš ay, literally the fifth month)