Maytide

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May (ultimately from Latin maius, from the Roman divinity Maia) + tide 'time, season'

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Maytide (plural Maytides)

  1. The spring month of May.
    The Maytide is a time of natural merriment and Marian devotion on the Catholic countryside

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