Aramaic edit

Pronoun edit

מַאי (transliteration needed)

  1. (Jewish Babylonian Aramaic) what, why

Hebrew edit

Etymology 1 edit

From German Mai, from Latin māius (Maia's month), from Maia, a Roman earth goddess, possibly from Proto-Indo-European *magya (she who is great), from Proto-Indo-European *méǵh₂s (great).

Proper noun edit

מַאי (maym

  1. May (fifth month of the Gregorian calendar)
  2. a female given name
Derived terms edit

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Aramaic מאי.

Pronoun edit

מַאי (maym or f

  1. (formal) what

Etymology 3 edit

Hebrew numbers (edit)
 ←  10 ק׳
    Cardinal: מאה (me'á)
    Ordinal: מאי (me'i)

מֵאָה (me'á, hundred) +‎ ־י (-i, used to form adjectives from nouns).

Adjective edit

מֵאִי (me'i) (feminine מֵאִית, masculine plural מֵאִיִּים, feminine plural מֵאִיּוֹת)

  1. hundredth

Anagrams edit