(Maz"er) n. [OE. maser, akin to OD. maser an excrescence on a maple tree, OHG. masar, G.
maser spot, Icel. mösurr maple.] A large drinking bowl; originally made of maple. [Obs.]
Their brimful mazers to the feasting bring.Drayton.
(Ma"zi*ly) adv. In a mazy manner.
(Ma"zi*ness), n. The state or quality of being mazy.
(Maz`o*log"ic*al) a. Of or pertaining to mazology.
(Ma*zol"o*gist) n. One versed in mazology or mastology.
(Ma*zol"o*gy) n. [Gr. the breast + -logy.] Same as Mastology.
(Ma*zour"ka Ma*zur"ka) n. A Polish dance, or the music which accompanies it, usually in 3-4
or 3-8 measure, with a strong accent on the second beat.
(Ma"zy) a. [From Maze.] Perplexed with turns and windings; winding; intricate; confusing; perplexing; embarrassing; as,
mazy error. Milton.
To range amid the mazy thicket.Spenser.
To run the ring, and trace the mazy round.Dryden.
(Me) pron. One. See Men, pron. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Me) pers. pron. [AS. me, dat. & acc., mec, acc. only ; akin to D. mij, G. mich, Icel. & Goth.
mik, L. me, Gr. me`, 'eme`, Skr. ma, mam. &radic187. Cf. 2d Mine.] The person speaking, regarded
as an object; myself; a pronoun of the first person used as the objective and dative case of the pronoum
I; as, he struck me; he gave me the money, or he gave the money to me; he got me a hat, or he got a
hat for me.
In methinks, me is properly in the dative case, and the verb is impersonal, the construction being, it
appears to me. In early use me was often placed before forms of the verb to be with an adjective; as,
me were lief.
Me rather had my heart might frrl your loveShak.
Than my unpleased eye see your courtesy.
(Meach) v. i. To skulk; to cower. See Mich.
(Mea"cock) n. [Prob. fr. meek + cock.] An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man. [Obs.]
(Mead) n. [OE. mede, AS. meodo; akin to D. mede, G. met, meth, OHG. metu, mitu, Icel.
mjöðr, Dan. miöd, Sw. mjöd, Russ. med', Lith. midus, W. medd, Gr. me`qy wine, Skr. madhu honey,
a sweet drink, as adj., sweet. &radic270. Cf. Metheglin.]
1. A fermented drink made of water and honey with malt, yeast, etc.; metheglin; hydromel. Chaucer.
2. A drink composed of sirup of sarsaparilla or other flavoring extract, and water. It is sometimes charged
with carbonic acid gas. [U. S.]