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mae

[mey] /meɪ/
adjective, noun, adverb, Scot.
1.
more.
Origin of mae
900
before 900; Middle English (north and Scots), Old English mā; cognate with German mehr, Old Norse meir, Gothic mais. See more

Mae

[mey] /meɪ/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Mary.

M.A.E.

1.
Master of Aeronautical Engineering.
2.
Master of Art Education.
3.
Master of Arts in Education.
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  • As mae reached this point in her musings, the Italians were forming for a dance, so she sprang up to join them.

    Mae Madden Mary Murdoch Mason
  • He had no parachute and no life belt or mae West suit to float him.

  • "Yes, yes," cried all, and mae drank as heartily as any of them.

    Mae Madden Mary Murdoch Mason
  • He took mae Thurston aside and told her that he was leaving Plato.

    The Trail of the Hawk Sinclair Lewis
  • mae Smith had been young and good-looking once, also a local celebrity in her way when she had signed a column in a daily.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots Caroline Lockhart
Related Abbreviations for mae

MAE

1.
Master of Aeronautical Engineering
2.
Master of Art Education
3.
Master of Arts in Education
4.
Metropolitan Area Ethernet
5.
moves all extremities
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