See also: mee, meé, me'e, mee-, me'ẽ, and mēē

LuxembourgishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old High German meio, from Latin māius, from the Roman goddess Maia. Cognate with English May, German Mai, Dutch maj, Icelandic maí, West Frisian maaie.

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Mee m (plural Meeën)

  1. May

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ManxEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish Mide (Meath), most likely from mide (middle, centre).

Proper nounEdit

Yn Vee f

  1. Meath

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