How to use Maia in a sentence
Oh, how Maia enjoyed that voyage, when once she became quite certain that the frogs could no longer reach her.
It was on this green floating prison that Maia awoke, frightened and puzzled, with the first rays of the sun.
Maia liked the clothes, but hated the thought of the blind mole, only she did not know how to escape him.
And at this thought Maia hastened back to the house, and brought some grains of corn, and a drop of water in a leaf.
Maia, in whose honor this month was named, is the mother of Mercury, the winged messenger of the gods.'Round the Year in Myth and Song | Florence Holbrook
British Dictionary definitions for Maia
Greek myth the eldest of the seven Pleiades, mother by Zeus of Hermes
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