from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of mease.
  • n. The mayweed, Anthemis Cotula.


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  • Nawt tew bii nomming maise…nom awn cheezburgers, insted!

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  • In the evening Uliba took me to a little room off the stables where we packed our bags for the trip — spare clobber of shamas and boots and waterproof cloaks, blankets and utensils, biltong and bread and teff-cakes, (* Millet.) flasks of maise and tej, cheese and dried fruit and locust-balls, God help me.

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  • Only the maise and rice weevils can fly and infest crops in the field.

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  • Four hundred boats came up to Peel, and we hadn't less than ten maise apiece.

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  • Four thousand maise ready and waiting for the steamers to

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  • Irish, maise is food, and in the Old High German, maz is meat.

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  • Sunday, International Medical Corps delivered 2.5 metric tons of rice, beans, maise, and vegetable oil to the residents of the little community-an action that clearly lifted Marhone's spirits.


  • He is applying for a loan to buy maise and soybeans to plant so that he can grow his business.

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