from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Bible Maccabees
- abbr. Macedonia
- abbr. Macedonian
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- abbr. Macedonian (South Slavic language)
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He was a close friend of the victim, a man everyone called Mac.
With him was the tail gunner, Sgt Francis McNamara, whom everyone called Mac.
Another interesting thing about the game, and another reason that damages the “WoW killer” appeal of it, is that as of now, the game will not be released in Mac.
One of three Bobby's we had on board, so he went by the name Mac.
"I will if you don't stand back," threatened the boy called Mac.
She got no further, however, for those last words wrought a marvelous change in Mac.
Rose, meantime, was trying to find out what the sentiment was with which she regarded her cousin Mac.
Yes, I agree with the guy named J.M. who goes by "Mac."
Megilp, sprung from a race which has supplied the world with a large share of its versatility of talent and its adventurous proclivities, was familiarly known at Gruyère's as "Mac."
No that he was a Hielandman, though his name did begin wi 'a "Mac."