maYne can only be spelled in one one way with the correct caps(maYne).

It derived from the famous PaCMaYNE, who originally owned hoards of people in Halo, as well as the women in life,

Long live PaC!
PaCMaYNE!!! whats up maYne!!!
Por Jeffer Powell 15 de septiembre de 2004
Comes from the movie Scarface, where Cubans pronounce the word "man" as "mayne".
You chicken mayne...you almost made it.

Hey, hey, hey, FUCK YOU MAYNE...who put this thing together? Me, that's who.
Por asd 02 de septiembre de 2004
Mayne is a Southern term used the same as sayin 'man.' Its in alot of Crunk Songs.
'Yea mayne' or 'What up mayne'
Por Shae 01 de septiembre de 2004
Regional pronunciation of the noun "man," often in the American South -- though it appears frequently in Chicago blues music, and particularly in the songs of Muddy Waters, where this pronunciation can be clearly heard.
I'm a mayne!
A full-grown mayne!
I'm a lovin' mayne!
-- Muddy Waters, "Mannish Boy"
Por Mel Sharkskin 08 de junio de 2006
'Mayne' is a better/ghetto term of saying man.
Examples:

One- "Mayne, she was good last night!"
Two- "Oh mayne, you nearly ran me over!"
Three- "Sup mayne?"
Por Sickbitch. 09 de mayo de 2011
verb- to get so pissed when someone eats the last of your two dozen buffalo chicken kickers that you begin to sweat and come close to having a heart attack.
Scott-" What the fuck Brendan? You come in here all the time and mooch off of my shit"
Brendan- "Dude you know you weren't gonna eat that last kicker. You've got buffalo sauce all over your hands shirt and face. Wow dude you're turning red. I think you're starting to maynes.
Por bunk dizzle 31 de enero de 2005
A Southern term used for the expression of happyness or excitement or just meaning that something is super cool.
We bout to smoke a blunt, Mayne!
Por JTizzle254 06 de febrero de 2009
can be used to show any expression
(conversation)
hey i hooked up with this girl the other night..

oh mayne..
Por skebonyman 01 de octubre de 2010

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