Traducción de maypole en Español:


mayo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmeɪˌpoʊl//ˈmeɪpəʊl/


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    mayo masculino
    • Whatever happened to good old May Queen's, Morris dancing and ribbon dancing around a maypole.
    • The maypole dancing unfortunately coincided with a particularly heavy shower but the young performers bravely completed their routine despite the deluge.
    • These two are erecting a maypole and tent for the annual garden fest to delight the local children.
    • The lord watched his daughter dance the maypole with the other young people.
    • I'll just go and run a couple of times round a maypole and decide.
    • As the sun came up, pipers played and visitors watched fire juggling and danced around a maypole.
    • It is everywhere taken as the first sure sign of spring, and in England it is used to decorate the traditional maypole.
    • Children were gathered around the maypole, holding onto the brightly colored ribbons, and dancing around.
    • Get ye to a maypole dance for more traditional sorts of fertility blessings.
    • There seems to be a sense that the core dynamic is the same: nursing, for all its new independence and expertise, is still dancing around the medical maypole.
    • The symbolism of the pole decorated with ribbons and garlands was deeply offensive to the Puritans and maypoles were forbidden by Oliver Cromwell's parliament from 1644.
    • How could he not dance in uniform round the maypole with the rest of them?
    • The largest piece of art was a working carousel that blew bubbles and was festooned with fake animals, flowers and ribbons - literally a maypole come to life.
    • In many countries, a maypole with long ribbons attached to the top is part of the celebration.
    • Now we are asked to hold hands and dance around the maypole together, celebrating mediocrity.
    • I remember holding a maypole while my girlfriends danced around me.
    • Jock-bashing is just another grand old English tradition, a bit like morris dancing or cavorting round a maypole.
    • There will be music, maypole dancing and face painting.
    • The village is the site of one of the last remaining maypoles in England and locals celebrate in style with a weekend of dancing, entertainment and drinking.
    • I'm a little too old and far too creaky to dance round the maypole but I did do a little jig by the oak tree.