An auxiliary verb qualifying the meaning of another verb, by expressing:
- To be allowed or permitted to: May I take a swim? Yes, you may.
- Used to indicate a certain measure of likelihood or possibility: It may rain this afternoon.
- Used to express a desire or fervent wish: Long may he live!
- Used to express contingency, purpose, or result in clauses introduced by that or so that: expressing ideas so that the average person may understand.
- To be obliged; must. Used in statutes, deeds, and other legal documents. See Usage Note at can1.
- Chiefly British The blossoms of the hawthorn.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
പരമാവധി - Paramaavadhi | Paramavadhi ;സാദ്ധ്യത - Saaddhyatha | Sadhyatha ;defective) ഒരുപക്ഷേ He may be lying. - Defective) Orupakshe He May Be Lying. ;(modal auxiliary verb - (modal Auxiliary Verb | (modal ouxiliary Verb ;സാദ്ധ്യതാസൂചകം - Saaddhyathaasoochakam | Sadhyathasoochakam ;ആംഗലവര്ഷത്തിലെ അഞ്ചാംമാസം - Aamgalavarshaththile Anchaammaasam | amgalavarshathile Anchammasam ;