Mait is an Estonian masculine given name.
People named Mait include:Mait Aadna (born 1948),
Mait Klaassen (born 1955), veterinary scientist and politician
Mait Kõiv (born 1961), historian
Mait Künnap (born 1982), tennis player
Mait Mäekivi (born 1959), cinematographer
Mait Malmsten (born 1972), actor
Mait Maltis (born 1951), singer
Mait Mihkel Mathiesen (1949–2005), politician
Mait Metsanurk (1879–1957), writer
Mait Müntel (born 1977), physicist
Mait Püümets (1882–1965), physician and politician
Mait Raun (born 1963), writer
Mait Riisman (born 1956), water polo player
Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, in New Delhi (India).
Mucosal associated invariant T cells, a hitherto little-known T cell type.
Martial Arts Instructor-Trainers, a unit belonging to the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program.
Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Teams of the California Highway Patrol.
It can also be a misspelling of MAIT, which can refer to: