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        Màiāmì, [邁阿密], Miami (Florida)
        Màikèěr, [邁克爾], Michael (name)
        mài, [邁], to take a step
        màichū, [邁出], to step out/to take a (first) step
        màijìn, [邁進], to step in/to stride forward/to forge ahead
        màixiàng, [邁向], to stride toward (success)/to march toward/to take a step toward
        Àihǎmàidé, [艾哈邁德], Ahmed (name)
        niánmài, [年邁], old/aged
        háomài, [豪邁], bold/open-minded/heroic
        lǎomài, [老邁], aged/senile
        QīngMài, [清邁], Chiang Mai, second city of Thailand
        Yīsīmàiěr, [伊思邁爾], Ismail (name)/Shāh Ismāil I (1487-1524), founder of Persian Safavid dynasty, rei...
        shālìmàidù, [沙利邁度], thalidomide
        Chéngmài, [澄邁], Chengmai County, Hainan
        Chéngmàixiàn, [澄邁縣], Chengmai County, Hainan
        Àihǎmàidéābādé, [艾哈邁德阿巴德], Ahmedabad
        Àihāmàidábādé, [艾哈邁達巴德], Ahmadabad, largest city in west Indian state Gujarat 古吉拉特[Gǔ jí lā tè]
        Àihāmàidínèijiǎdé, [艾哈邁迪內賈德], Ahmadinejad or Ahmadinezhad (Persian name)/Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (1956-), Iranian ...
        Màikèěr·Qiáodān, [邁克爾・喬丹], Michael Jordan (1963-) US basketball player
        Màikèěr·Kèláidùn, [邁克爾・克萊頓], Michael Crichton (1942-), US techno-thriller writer, author of Jurassic Park
        Màikèěr·Jiékèxùn, [邁克爾・傑克遜], Michael Jackson (1958-2009), American musician and entertainer
        Màikǎiyī, [邁凱伊], McKay or Mackay (name)
        Màikǎilún, [邁凱輪], McLaren/MacLaren
        Màibāhè, [邁巴赫], Maybach
        màikēlǐ, [邁科里], (Mike) McCurry (White House spokesperson)
        Màihèdí, [邁赫迪], Mahdi or Mehdi (Arabic: Guided one), redeemer of some Islamic prophesy
        Màihèdíjūn, [邁赫迪軍], Mahdi army, Iraqi Shia armed militia led by Moqtada Sadr
        màiāmìtān, [邁阿密灘], Miami Beach
        gāomài, [高邁], exuberant/outstanding/in advanced years
        Wèidémài, [魏德邁], Wedemeyer

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