5 letter words starting with may

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Definition of maybe

maybe (noun)

  1. Something that is possibly true.
  2. An answer that shows neither agreement nor disagreement.
  3. A future event that may or may not happen.

maybe (adjective)

  1. Possible; uncertain.

maybe (adverb)

  1. Modifies a verb, indicating a lack of certainty: it may be that...
  2. (as a pro-sentence) Perhaps that is true (expressing no commitment to a decision or a neutral viewpoint to a statement).

Definition of mayor

mayor (noun)

  1. The chief executive of the municipal government of a city, borough, &c., formerly usually appointed as a caretaker by European royal courts but now usually appointed or elected locally.
  2. Short for mayor of the palace, the royal stewards of the Frankish Empire.
  3. Synonym of mair, various former officials in the Kingdom of Scotland.
  4. A member of a city council.
  5. A high justice, an important judge.
  6. A largely ceremonial position in some municipal governments that presides over the city council while a contracted city manager holds actual executive power.
  7. A local VIP, a muckamuck or big shot reckoned to lead some local group.

Definition of mayst

mayst (verb)

  1. To be strong; to have power (over).
  2. (auxiliary) To be able; can.
  3. To be able to go.
  4. (modal auxiliary verb, defective) To have permission to, be allowed. Used in granting permission and in questions to make polite requests.
  5. (modal auxiliary verb, defective) Expressing a present possibility; possibly.
  6. (subjunctive present, defective) Expressing a wish (with present subjunctive effect).
  7. Used in modesty, courtesy, or concession, or to soften a question or remark.

mayst (verb)

  1. To gather may, or flowers in general.
  2. To celebrate May Day.