adjective, noun, adverb Scot.
- madwoman of chaillot, the,
- mae west,
Origin of mae
Examples from the Web for maes
Then Maes was caught fudging about his record as a police officer.
“McInnis was imploding in July, Maes was imploding in August,” Buchanan said.
Ten diezmos make one maes of the same gold of the above standard.
Note the Flemish kruik, or beer-jug, so often introduced into the pictures of Maes.
It weighed scarce one maes, or nine diezmos, of the fineness of eighteen or nineteen carats, alloyed with silver.
En route should be observed, on a spur of the hill to the R., a large tumulus, Maes Knoll.Somerset|G.W. Wade and J.H. Wade
His wife, Anna van Loon, is also painted by Maes, standing by a stone balustrade.The Standard Galleries - Holland|Esther Singleton