Definition of Maypole. Meaning of Maypole. Synonyms of Maypole

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Definition of Maypole

Maypole
Maypole May"pole`, n. A tall pole erected in an open place and wreathed with flowers, about which the rustic May-day sports were had.

Meaning of Maypole from wikipedia

- A maypole is a tall wooden pole erected as a part of various European folk festivals, around which a maypole dance often takes place. The festivals may...
- A maypole is a tall wooden pole. Maypole may also refer to: George M. Maypole (1883-1956), American politician Maypole, Birmingham, England Maypole, Isles...
- Maypole Dairy Products Ltd. is Canadian foodservice company founded in 1950. Maypole Dairy Products was taken over by Central Smith. is based in Etobicoke...
- George M. Maypole (July 25, 1883 – January 19, 1967) was an American businessman and politician. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Maypole went to the Chicago...
- It's public holiday on April 30th. On May 31st, the maypole is taken down in an event called Maypole Felling. On 1 May, couples in love are kissing under...
- The Maypole Colliery disaster was a mining accident on 18 August 1908, when an underground explosion occurred at the Maypole Colliery, in Abram, near Wigan...
- day, Dani is coerced into taking more psychedelics and parti****tes in a maypole dancing competition; she wins and is crowned the "May Queen". At the same...
- Maypole Airfield (ICAO: EGHB) is an operational general aviation airfield located 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south of Herne Bay, Kent and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) north...
- Perl. Its design is heavily inspired by such frameworks as Ruby on Rails, Maypole, and Spring. A web application developer would use Catalyst to deal with...
- the maypole in June because the Swedish climate made it impossible to find the necessary greens and flowers in May, and continued to call it a maypole. In...
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