Mæi

sb. kinsmanVariants: mai, mey, may, a personEtymology: Anglo-Saxon mǽg (pl. mágas ): Gothic mēgs; Cf. May
pr. s. may, canVariants: mai, may, maig, maiȝ, mei, mey, maȝie, maȝȝ, maht, 2 pr. s., mahht, miȝt, miht, mihht, myht, maȝen, pl., mahen, mahe, mawe, mowen, mo, mowe, muge, muhe, muee, mwue, muwen, muȝen, muȝhenn, muȝe, moun, mouwen, mown, moȝe, mow, y-may Comb.: +maistow+, mayest thouEtymology: Anglo-Saxon mæg, can, 2 pr. s.meaht, miht, pl. magon, opt. mæge, mage muge, pl. mahan, mugon. See Sievers, 424.