- the month of May.
Origin of Maytime
Also called May·tide [mey-tahyd] /ˈmeɪˌtaɪd/.
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Examples from the Web for maytime
The great standard fluttered with the movements of the Maytime breeze.Joan of Arc
Lucy Foster Madison
The day was full of sunshine and the river had a Maytime animation.The Secret Places of the Heart
H. G. Wells
None would be there in Maytime, for the season for felling was long past.
As now, so during the lifetime of Mr. Cocke, Maytime at Hollins stirred a flutter of excitement in the student's mind.Charles Lewis Cocke
William Robert Lee Smith
I saw no man, for once I had crossed the highroad none was likely to seek the heights in Maytime.