- The fifth month of the Gregorian calendar, following April and preceding June.
- The hawthorn or its blossoms (as it blooms in May)
- (given name, female), pet name for Mary and Margaret, reinforced by the month and plant meaning
- A surname.
- (archaic) Second-person singular simple present form of may.
- (RQ:Authorized Version), Acts 24:8, Commanding his accusers to come unto thee: by examining of whom thyself take knowledge of all these things, whereof we accuse him.
initialism (wikipedia, coroner)
- Maine, a state of the United States of America.
- Middle English
- Medical examiner, or coroner.
- Something that exhibits the property of being stale or musty
- Fruit juice that will ferment or has fermented, usually grapes
- A time during which male elephants exhibit increased levels of sexual activity and aggressiveness (also musth).
- Something that is mandatory or required.
verb (inf=-, must, -, had to, -)
- If you'll be out all day, sunscreen is a .
- (modal auxiliary verb, defective) The speaker—but not necessarily the subject of the sentence—is certain that the sentence predicate will be executed.
- If it rained all day, it be very wet outside.
- (Compare with weaker auxiliary verb should, indicating a strong probability of the predicate's execution.)
- (modal auxiliary verb, defective) The execution of the sentence predicate is required. (Must usually implies that a negative consequence would otherwise result.)
- You arrive to class on time.
- (Compare with weaker auxiliary verb should, indicating intent for the predicate's execution.)
- (Have two sense: imperative or directive) 'Imperative' creates an obligations, 'directive' defines conditions.
- (legalese) Always a directive when used together with apply(application): No one can make you apply for anything.
- Belonging to me.
noun (plural: ourselves)
- that being which is oneself
- I am not myself today.
- The reflexive case of I.
- me (referring to the speaker, when the speaker has already been mentioned)
- I taught myself.
- I (used as an intensifier)
- I taught him myself.