宜しい, かもしれない, かも知れない, であろう
Noun(1) the month following April and preceding June(2) thorny Eurasian shrub of small tree having dense clusters of white to scarlet flowers followed by deep red berries; established as an escape in eastern North America
(1) All of which was further confirmation that Scotland may just have a bit of a star in the making.(2) that may be true(3) Part of this may be that the church is integral to national identity and tradition.(4) he may well win(5) whatever you may think(6) anyone who may be able to help us(7) if you think you may be affected by the new rules(8) 'Do you think he'll get better?' 'He may.'(9) he said that she may have forgotten it(10) I am writing in the hope you may be able to help me with family history research.(11) it may be a good idea to advertise in the local paper(12) we may have to close the shop(13) Nevertheless, he hopes he may only be a further week away from a return to action.(14) the truth may never be known(15) 'May I have some more?' 'You may, indeed.'(16) Of course there is a right of appeal, which in some cases may not be exercised without prior permission.
1. whitethorn ::
Different Formsmaine, mas, may, mayan, mayans, mayer, mays
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