[ mey-ing ]
/ ˈmeɪ ɪŋ /
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the celebration of May Day.
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How to use Maying in a sentence
To "go a-Maying" is in fact the principal ceremony of the day wherever kept, and for whatever reason.
To go a-Maying "to fetche the flowrès fresh" is indeed the best part of the whole affair.
Thus it was that Queen Guinevere went a-maying, and so have I told you all about it so that you might know how it was.The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions|Howard Pyle
Ask the first Irishman you meet if June isn't the month to go a-Maying?Little Ferns For Fanny's Little Friends|Fanny Fern
Not many of these customs now remain; the May-poles have disappeared; and very few of you children, I suppose, go a-Maying.Holidays & Happy-Days|Hamish Hendry
British Dictionary definitions for Maying
/ (ˈmeɪɪŋ) /
the traditional celebration of May Day
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