From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Officials
mayormayor /meə $ ˈmeɪər/ ●●● W2 noun [countable] 1 PGOthe person who has been elected to lead the government of a town or city the election of the London mayor2 PGOsomeone who is chosen or elected each year in Britain to represent a town or city at official public ceremoniesmayoral adjective mayoral duties
Examples from the Corpus
mayorBut even a mayor who measures his success at street level must sometimes lift his head above the foliage.He has been mayor three times.He and the mayor asked Marriott to grant the city the right of first refusal.Most commissioners in the city serve at the pleasure of the mayor.The mayor has already amassed more than $ 2 million in contributions.
Origin mayor (1200-1300) Old French maire, from Latin major; MAJOR1