Definition of Maine in English:

Maine

Syllabification: Maine
Pronunciation: /mān
 
/
A state in the northeastern US, one of the six New England states, on the Atlantic coast, on the US-Canada border; population 1,316,456 (est. 2008); capital, Augusta; statehood, Mar. 15, 1820 (23). Visited by John Cabot in 1498 and colonized by England in the 1600s and 1700s, it was annexed to Massachusetts from 1652 until 1820.

Derivatives

Mainer

noun
More example sentences
  • There's a bit more than one and a quarter million Mainers.
  • Among the Mainers, the lobstermen, farmers, carpenters, clam diggers, and loggers all said, ‘I work for myself.’
  • What if Mainers could purchase Oregon health insurance?

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