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In simplified Chinese (Mandarin), 'mayo' means 'there is none', or 'there is nothing'.
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Cinco de Mayo means 5th of May.
5th of May.
5th of may It commemoreates the victory of the Mexican militialps over the french army at the battle of Puebla in 1862. hope that helps
Well, in Spanish, mayo means may, as in the month, but if that's not what you're talking about then I don't really know...
Mayo is short for Mayonaise.
Fifth of may
I dont know what the s is, but de Mayo is "of May" The may is the month, eg "The Twentieth of May 2010"
Mayonaise or in spanish it's the month may
Cinco is Spanish for 5 and Mayo is Spanish for May so the Fifth of May. Cinco is Spanish for 5 and Mayo is Spanish for May so the Fifth of May.
5th of May
what does cino de mayo mean?
Cinco de Mayo means "Fifth Of May" in Spanish
It probably is the shortened form of mayonnaise
Ketchup= faster mayo=harder
it has a spelling error, but here's what I can make out: "[something] May for grace"