With the advent of May, the winter cold was left behind. Nature began to revive and spring flowers bloomed. The birds have returned, the beasts have awakened from their long sleep. For this reason, May is known throughout the world as a period of transition. In this article, we will share information about May, which is as beautiful as spring flowers. Let’s look at the details together👇

The name May 1 comes from the ancient Greek goddess Maya. Maya, the daughter of the titan god Atlas, is also the eldest of 7 siblings. It is known to bring life to the earth. Like the month of May!

2. A Roman poet named Ovid had different ideas about the etymology of the name May. He claimed that the moon got its name from the Latin word Maiores, meaning “old”.


3. Until the 15th century AD, instead of “May”, the word “May” was still used.


4. In Old English, May was called the “three-day month.” Because during this month, people could milk their cows up to three times a day.


5. If you are planning to get married in May, think again! Because earlier this month was considered unsuccessful for marriage. There is even a saying that those who get married in May will regret it one day.


This is not the only superstition about May 6th. It is believed that buying a new broom in May brings bad luck. You can’t wash blankets either🤷‍♂️


7. Eurovision takes place almost every year in May!


May 8 is special for Star Wars fans. Because the English name for May 4th is similar to “May the Force”, which is the original sentence “May the Force be with you”. This is why May 4th is celebrated as Star Wars Day.

9. Every year in May there is a meteor shower called Eta Aquarids. Discovered in 1870, this rain falls across the Earth from April 19 to May 28.

10. They say that those who were born in May are more successful in life.

11. The Empire State Building opened its doors on May 1, 1931. At the time of construction, it was the tallest building in the world.

12. May is the only month in which the President of the United States does not die!

13. Emerald – the stone of May. Symbols of fertility and rebirth

14. Two flowers were born in May: Muge and Hawthorn. The hawthorn flower represents hope, while Muge represents happiness and sweetness.

15. Many famous names such as Mark Zuckerberg, Karl Marx, Clint Eastwood, Wes Anderson, John F. Kennedy, Queen Victoria were born in May!

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