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Moon in English
wander; daydream; pine, yearn; briefly show one's bare bottom as a prank (Slang) earth's natural satellite, appearance of the earth's natural satellite; satellite of any planet; lunar month; object shaped like a crescent family name; William Moon (1818-1894), English preacher and teacher whose eyesight deteriorated slowly and by the time he was 21 years old he was completely blind, inventor of the Moon Alphabet 1845

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Moon in Greek
χαζεύω σελήνη, φεγγάρι σελήνη [ζώδιο]

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Moon in Chinese (s)
闲荡; 出神 月球; 卫星; 月亮; 月光

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Moon in Chinese (t)
閒蕩; 出神 月球; 衛星; 月亮; 月光

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Moon in Arabic
هلال, ضوء القمر قمر

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Moon in Spanish
soñar luna apellido; William Luna (1818-1894), predicador y profesor de Inglés cuya vista se deterioró poco a poco y cuando tenía 21 años se quedó completamente ciego, inventor del alfabeto Luna 1845

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Moon in Russian
бродить как во сне, проводить время в мечтаниях луна, спутник планеты; лунный месяц, месяц [поэт.]; лунный свет

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Moon in Dutch
ronddwalen; dagdromen; verlangen maan; maanmaand

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Moon in Portuguese
vaguear; sonhar acordado; desejar lua; mês lunar

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Moon in Turkish
dalgın dalgın dolaşmak kamer, ay, mehtap ay [astr.]

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Moon in Italian
(fam) vagare con aria trasognata; (fam) guardare con aria trasognata; (Astron) scendere sulla luna, allunare (Astron) luna; satellite; chiaro di luna; mese; (fig) globo, sfera; mezzaluna, falce cognome; William Moon (1818-1894), predicatore e pedagogo inglese, inventò l'alfabeto Moon nel 1845

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Moon in French
vagabonder; rêvasser; se languir lune; mois lunaire Moon, nom de famille; William Moon (1818-1894), pasteur et enseignant anglais qui inventa l'alphabet Moon en 1845

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Moon in German
trübselig; herumschleichen Mond; Mondmonat Familienname; William Moon (1818-1894), englischer Prediger und Leher, Enwickler des Moonalphabets 1845

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Moon in Japanese
ぼんやり過ごす, ごろごろする, ぼんやりうろつく; 思い焦がれる; いたずらに下半身を見せる(俗語) 月; 月光; 衛星; 太陰月; 三日月状のもの

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Moon in Hebrew
לשוטט; לחלום בהקיץ; לערוג ירח, סהר; חודש ירחי מון, שם משפחה; ויליאם מון (1894-1818); מטיף ומורה אנגלי שראייתו התדרדרה באיטיות עד שהפך לעיוור בגיל 21 , ממציא האלפבית ע"ש מון ב-1845

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Moon in Korean
빈둥거리다; 멍하니 보내다; 그리워하다, 동경하다; 장난으로 엉덩이를 보여주다 (속어) 달, 지구의 천연위성; 모든 행성의 위성; 태음월, 음력달; 초승달 모양의 것

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Moon in Swedish
drömma bort; längta efter; gå omkring måne; månad, månvarv

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Moon in English
Moon The earth's relatively little satellite is but a partial representative of the aggregate of occult influences or powers, of polar character, known among the ancients combinedly as Lunus-Luna, and its effect upon the earth includes much that is baneful as well as much that has been necessary in evolutionary development; but the moon is only a withered, decaying unit of a whole lunar planetary chain. The statement that sun and moon have existed through aeonic time periods, refers not to our decaying physical satellite which is but the dead body of now departed vital, spiritual, and intellectual essences, but to these essences themselves.
The moon that we see is the kama-rupa of one of the lunar chain's seven or twelve globes, each one having its own kama-rupa, since the entire chain of globes is dead. The material of our kama-rupic moon, however, is on the same prakritic plane as that on which our senses operate, so that it is visible and appears to be the original physical body of the moon. Besides transmitting to us certain influences from the sun, the moon also absorbs from and sends back influences to the earth. Hence its effects upon gestation, physiological and mental cycles, the growth of vegetation, the periodic habits of many animals, and various other natural phenomena.
In theogonies, the moon is associated with the manifestation of the so-called feminine principle in universal nature on our cosmic plane, with especial relation to our earth; hence the moon is a minor form of the Great Mother, known by many names in various theogonies, and when applied to the moon in Mediterranean thought often called by the names Diana, Juna, Isis, and the like. Moon is spoken of as a triple deity, Diana-Hecate-Luna -- Luna in occult corporeal influences as a dead planet, Diana in connection with its solar relations, and as Hecate manifesting occult lunar influences in the Underworld -- these again often named Diva triformis, tergemina, triceps.
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The Earth's satellite. The Moon is classed as a planet ("wanderer") in astrology and represents matters to do with women, the mother, the public, the emotions and so on. It rules Cancer and is exalted in Taurus. More about the Moon.

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Resort to the body and its unique wisdom; trust it as your best support for now.
The Moon advises that you trust your instincts and intuitions, body knowledge and experience. Your natural body, connected to all the orders of living things, is wiser, sharper and quicker on the uptake than your cultivated, civilized self. The mind is not prepared for strange oceanic circumstances and it has no game plan. Your intuitive body will support you unerringly if you don’t interfere with or try to control it. The supreme meditation - witnessing everything, doing nothing about it, and letting Nature carry you - is your best option in this situation.
The Moon Arcanum refers to a deep state of sensitivity and imaginative impressionability, developed within a cocoon of deep relaxation. Here we dream and trance, have visions and receive insights, wash in and out with the psychic tides, and experience deep mystical and/or terrifying realities beyond our ordinary senses. The full moon and/or eclipse cycle charted by the Magi (as in some of the earliest Moon images) imply one mechanism that Nature uses to expand consciousness.
Divinatory meanings: Deception. Twilight. Obscurity. Trickery. Danger. Error. A warning. Bad influence. Ulterior motives. Insincerity. False friends. Double dealing. False pretenses. Disgrace. Slander. Superficiality. Unknown enemies. The meeting of many divergent influences. Falling into a trap. Failure to avoid dangers. Unforeseen changes in plans.
Reversed meanings: A minor deception recognized before damage is done. Trifling mistakes. Overcoming bad temptations. Gain without paying the price. Taking advantage of someone.


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(1920-____) Korean; head of Unification Church

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\moon\ (?), n. [oe. mone, as. mōna; akin to d. maan, os. & ohg. māno, g. mond, icel. māni, dan. maane, sw. m?ne, goth. mēna, lith. men&?;, l. mensis month, gr. &?; moon, &?; month, skr. mās moon, month; prob. from a root meaning to measure (cf. skr. mā to measure), from its serving to measure the time. ?271. cf. mete to measure, menses, monday, month.]
1. the celestial orb which revolves round the earth; the satellite of the earth; a secondary planet, whose light, borrowed from the sun, is reflected to the earth, and serves to dispel the darkness of night. the diameter of the moon is 2,160 miles, its mean distance from the earth is 240,000 miles, and its mass is one eightieth that of the earth. see lunar month, under month. the crescent moon, the diadem of night.
2. a secondary planet, or satellite, revolving about any member of the solar system; as, the moons of jupiter or saturn.
3. the time occupied by the moon in making one revolution in her orbit; a month.
4. (fort.) a crescentlike outwork. see half-moon.
moon
blindness. (a) (far.) a kind of ophthalmia liable to recur at intervals of three or four weeks. (b) (med.) hemeralopia.
moon
dial, a dial used to indicate time by moonlight.
moon
face, a round face like a full moon.
moon
madness, lunacy. [poetic]
moon
month, a lunar month.
moon
trefoil (bot.), a shrubby species of medic (medicago arborea). see medic.
moon
year, a lunar year, consisting of lunar months, being sometimes twelve and sometimes thirteen.
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\moon\, v. i. to act if moonstruck; to wander or gaze about in an abstracted manner. elsley was mooning down the river by himself. kingsley.
moon
\moon\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. mooned (?); p. pr. & vb. n. mooning.] to expose to the rays of the moon. if they have it to be exceeding white indeed, they seethe it yet once more, after it hath been thus sunned and mooned.
moon
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1. the natural satellite of the earth; "the average distance to the moon is 384,400 kilometers"; "men first stepped on the moon in 1969"
2. any object resembling a moon; "he made a moon lamp that he used as a night light"; "the clock had a moon that showed various phases"
3. the period between successive new moons (29.531 days) [syn: lunar month, lunation, synodic month]


4. the light of the moon; "moonlight is the smuggler's enemy"; "the moon was bright enough to read by" [syn: moonlight, moonshine]


5. any natural satellite of a planet; "jupiter has sixteen moons" v 1: have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake; "she looked out the window, daydreaming" [syn: daydream]
2: be idle in a listless or dreamy way [syn: moon around, moon on ]
3: expose one's buttocks to; "moon the audience"


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heb. yareah, from its paleness (ezra 6:15), and lebanah, the "white" (cant. 6:10; isa. 24:23), was appointed by the creator to be with the sun "for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years" (gen. 1:14-16). a lunation was among the jews the period of a month, and several of their festivals were held on the day of the new moon. it is frequently referred to along with the sun (josh. 10:12; ps. 72:5, 7, 17; 89:36, 37; eccl. 12:2; isa. 24:23, etc.), and also by itself (ps. 8:3; 121:6). the great brilliance of the moon in eastern countries led to its being early an object of idolatrous worship (deut. 4:19; 17:3; job 31:26), a form of idolatry against which the jews were warned (deut. 4:19; 17:3). they, however, fell into this idolatry, and offered incense (2 kings 23:5; jer. 8:2), and also cakes of honey, to the moon (jer. 7:18; 44:17-19, 25).


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The moon held an important place in the kingdom of nature, as known to the Hebrews. Conjointly with the sun, it was appointed "for signs and for seasons, and for days and years;" though in this respect it exercised a more important influence, if by the "seasons" we understand the great religious festivals of the Jews, as is particularly stated in (Psalms 104:19) and more at length in Ecclus 43:6,7. The worship of the moon prevailed extensively among the nations of the East, and under a variety of aspects. It was one of the only two deities which commanded the reverence of all the Egyptians. The worship of the heavenly bodies is referred to in (Job 31:26,27) and Moses directly warns the Jews against it. (4:19) In the figurative language of Scripture, the moon is frequently noticed as presaging events of the greatest importance through the temporary or permanent withdrawal of its light. (Isaiah 13:10; Joel 2:31; Matthew 24:29; Mark 13:24)
  

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n. maS

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The Moon is the only natural satellite of the Earth and the fifth largest moon in the Solar System. It is the largest natural satellite of a planet in the Solar System relative to the size of its primary, having 27% the diameter and 60% the density of Earth, resulting in (1.23%) its mass. Among satellites with known densities, the Moon is the second densest, after Io, a satellite of Jupiter.

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Moon. is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Tactics, a brand of Nexton, released on November 21, 1997 playable on Windows PCs. The game was described by the development team as a . The story follows the protagonist Ikumi Amasawa, a girl who joins an organization called FARGO in the hopes of discovering why and how her mother died, who was a member of the same group. The gameplay in Moon. follows a branching plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the three female main characters. The game ranked twice in the national top 50 for best-selling PC games sold in Japan.

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"Moon/Blossom" is Japanese singer Ayumi Hamasaki's forty-eighth (forty-ninth overall) single, released on July 14, 2010. The first song on the single "Moon" is used to promote Honda's Zest Spark Kei car while the second song "Blossom" is used to promote Zespri kiwifruit.

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State: VIRGINIA
City: MOON

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Meaning
A very rare event.
Origin
A blue moon was originally cited as something impossible and later came to mean unlikely. There are rare examples of the moon actually appearing blue, after volcanic eruptions or unusual weather conditions. Another possible derivation is from The Maine Farmers' Almanac. When there were two full moons in a calendar month the first was printed in red, the second in blue.

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luna

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Noun
1. United States religious leader (born in Korea) who founded the Unification Church in 1954; was found guilty of conspiracy to evade taxes (born in 1920)
(synonym) Sun Myung Moon
(hypernym) religious leader
Noun
1. the natural satellite of the Earth; "the average distance to the moon is 384,400 kilometers"; "men first stepped on the moon in 1969"
(hypernym) satellite
2. any object resembling a moon; "he made a moon lamp that he used as a night light"; "the clock had a moon that showed various phases"
(hypernym) object, physical object
3. the period between successive new moons (29.531 days)
(synonym) lunar month, lunation, synodic month
(hypernym) month
(part-holonym) lunar year
4. the light of the moon; "moonlight is the smuggler's enemy"; "the moon was bright enough to read by"
(synonym) moonlight, moonshine
(hypernym) light, visible light, visible radiation
(part-meronym) moonbeam, moon ray, moon-ray
5. any natural satellite of a planet; "Jupiter has sixteen moons"
(hypernym) satellite
Verb
1. have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake; "She looked out the window, daydreaming"
(synonym) daydream
(hypernym) idle, laze, slug, stagnate
2. be idle in a listless or dreamy way
(synonym) moon around, moon on
(hypernym) idle, laze, slug, stagnate
3. expose one's buttocks to; "moon the audience"
(hypernym) expose, exhibit, display


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To dream of seeing the moon with the aspect of the heavens remaining normal, prognosticates success in love and business affairs.

A weird and uncanny moon, denotes unpropitious lovemaking, domestic infelicities and disappointing enterprises of a business character.

The moon in eclipse, denotes that contagion will ravage your community.

To see the new moon, denotes an increase in wealth and congenial partners in marriage.

For a young woman to dream that she appeals to the moon to know her fate, denotes that she will soon be rewarded with marriage to the one of her choice. If she sees two moons, she will lose her lover by being mercenary. If she sees the moon grow dim, she will let the supreme happiness of her life slip for want of womanly tact.

To see a blood red moon, indicates war and strife, and she will see her lover march away in defence of his country.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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Meeting Our Operating Needs

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  mono

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gealach

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Blaennewydd = n. new moon Llawnlleuad, Llawnlloer = n. a full moon Lleuad = n. the moon Lloer = n. the moon Lloercen = n. a moon calf; a dolt

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The Animals 23 YO Dunglass, Single Lowland Malt Scotch Whisky

("The Animals", series label of the Moon Import, Italy) The Dark Side of the Moon 23 YO 1975, Glen Grant Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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The right 'C' hand indicates the face of the moon.

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A naturally occurring, relatively large body which is in orbit around a planet. The Earth's only natural satellite. It is a heavily cratered body. Its composition is deficient in the heavier, metallic materials. This is thought to be explained by the fact that the Moon formed from some of the ejecta produced by the collision of a massive body with the forming Earth. The heavier ejecta did not reach Earth's orbit: it fell back to the planet under the pull of gravity. The lighter material did escape and eventually formed the Moon. The Moon has no permanent atmosphere or running water and, because of this, it has never suffered erosion or weathering. This means that it presents scientists with a cratering record that dates back to when the solar system was still forming. Hence, its study is invaluable in the understanding of how the planets came into being. It is 384,400 km (mean) centre to centre from the Earth. It rotates with a period of 27.32 days and so always presents one face to the Earth; at one time it spun much faster but continues to slow due to the friction of the gravitational wave in its crust. It is 1/81 the mass of the Earth and the gravitational acceleration on its surface 0.165 that on Earth.


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the moon; month; smelling sweet
   the moon; whiteness; frankincense
  

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Fear of the moon

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FULL MOON UNIVERSE INC
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(v. t.)
To expose to the rays of the moon.
   (v. i.)
To act if moonstruck; to wander or gaze about in an abstracted manner.
   (n.)
The time occupied by the moon in making one revolution in her orbit; a month.
   (n.)
The celestial orb which revolves round the earth; the satellite of the earth; a secondary planet, whose light, borrowed from the sun, is reflected to the earth, and serves to dispel the darkness of night. The diameter of the moon is 2,160 miles, its mean distance from the earth is 240,000 miles, and its mass is one eightieth that of the earth. See Lunar month, under Month.
   (n.)
A secondary planet, or satellite, revolving about any member of the solar system; as, the moons of Jupiter or Saturn.
   (n.)
A crescentlike outwork. See Half-moon.
  

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Student sorted into an unknown house at Hogwarts [1].

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Intuitive, Psychic.


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aikum

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CALF

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The name among Men for the last flower of Telperion, steered through the heavens by the Maia Tilion to bring light to the Earth after the Darkening of Valinor.
Telperion's last flower.
"... even as the Moon rose above the darkness in the west, Fingolfin let blow his silver trumpets and began his march into Middle-earth..."
(Quenta Silmarillion 11, Of the Sun and Moon and the Hiding of Valinor)
After the Darkening of Valinor and the destruction of the Two Trees, Telperion the White Tree bore one last Flower of Silver before its end. Aulë and his people made a vessel to carry to the silver flower aloft, and Tilion, one of the hunters of Oromë; was granted the task of steering the new Moon through the sky. Tilion guided his charge up into the western skies just as the Noldor were returning into Middle-earth, and so marked the beginning the First Age. The Moon first rose above Valinor in the far West of the World, but Varda came to change this arrangement, so that the Moon would pass beneath the World, and arise in the east instead, as it does to this day.
According to the legends of the Elves, Tilion was an unsteady steersman, sometimes dwelling overlong beneath the Earth, or appearing in the sky at the same time as the Sun. He was drawn to the bright new Sun, launched from Valinor shortly after his own vessel, and his coming too close to his fiery companion was said to account for the darkening of the Moon's face.
The Moon remained important to the inhabitants of Middle-earth and Númenor throughout their long history. This is perhaps most evident in Elendil's famous son Isildur, whose name means 'Servant of the Moon'. In Middle-earth, he dwelt in Ithilien ('Moon-land') in a tower he named Minas Ithil ('Tower of the Moon'). Though that tower was later captured by the creatures of Sauron, and renamed by Men as Minas Morgul, the symbol of the Moon remained powerful there. Even at the end of the Third Age, its inhabitants still used the Moon as their emblem, though they corrupted that sign with a face of death.
The hobbits had their own tales about the Moon as well, singing songs about a jolly but unpredictable being they named the Man in the Moon. This peculiar figure seems to be an echo of the being described in the Elves' stories, the Maia and hunter Tilion, wayward steersman of the Moon.

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1. wander (about) or gaze idly, dreamily, or listlessly; 2. display the buttocks publicly, as from out of a car window 1. pale-skinned person; 2. extremely pale skin a spoon 1. abscond; 2. go all out

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1. Only the Custom bodies with required application are classic cars .
2. A type of hubcap which does not cover the whole wheel and is perfectly smooth and dome shaped.

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heb. yareah, from its paleness (Ezra 6:15), and lebanah, the "white" (Cant. 6:10; Isa. 24:23), was appointed by the Creator to be with the sun "for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years" (Gen. 1:14-16). A lunation was among the Jews the period of a month, and several of their festivals were held on the day of the new moon. It is frequently referred to along with the sun (Josh. 10:12; Ps. 72:5, 7, 17; 89:36, 37; Eccl. 12:2; Isa. 24:23, etc.), and also by itself (Ps. 8:3; 121:6). The great brilliance of the moon in Eastern countries led to its being early an object of idolatrous worship (Deut. 4:19; 17:3; Job 31:26), a form of idolatry against which the Jews were warned (Deut. 4:19; 17:3). They, however, fell into this idolatry, and offered incense (2 Kings 23:5; Jer. 8:2), and also cakes of honey, to the moon (Jer. 7:18; 44:17-19, 25). Special services were appointed for the commencement of a month (Num. 28:11-15; 10:10). (See FESTIVALS.)

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Moon in Greek
φεγγάρι

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(Lex**) φεγγάρι

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Ουσ. φεγγάρι//
δορυφόρος//
κατι το ανέφικτο
Ρημ. ονειροβατώ, χαζεύω,

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φεγγάρι

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Moon in Esperanto
n. luno n. luno

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luno

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Moon in Chinese (s)
moon atlas 月面图集

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[E] moon (n) [P] lua (f) [C] 月球

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Moon in Luxembourgish
nm - Mound

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Moon in Interlingua
plenilunio novilunio

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Moon in Arabic

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القمر قمر = قمر صناعى ضوء القمر
VT
أنفق (الوقت) متكاسلا
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حلم

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اسْم : القمر
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فِعْل : يَحْلم بَدْر . قَمر ممتلئ هلال مِحَاق

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القَمَر هُلَيل

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ألاسم

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Moon in Visayan
bulan;himatayon

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Moon in Czech
měsíc (těleso)

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Moon in Indonesian
bulan
my child #13

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bulan, candra

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candra
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Moon in Spanish
v.- mostrar el trasero | soñar despiertos.- luna

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lapso largo último cuarto (cuarto menguante); primer cuarto (cuarto creciente) (Selenarctos thibetanus) oso negro del Tíbet, oso negro asiático (China) puente de media luna (China) pastel de luna para el Festival de Mediados de Otoño. (China) puerta de luna de cara de luna llena, de cara redonda, con cara de pan (Ipomoea alba) ipomea de higos a brevas; casi nunca; muy de tarde en tarde; de pascuas a ramos (Yogasana) Ardha Chandrasana Variation
La media luna lateral Luna creciente

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= luna, la.

Def: Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo.
Ex: It is certainly true that many users begin a search by specifying a much broader subject than they in fact want; needing information on the Moon they ask for information on Astronomy.
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* all those many moons ago = hace muchas lunas, hace mucho tiempo.
* ask for + the moon = pedir la luna, esperar lo imposible, pedirle peras al olmo, llorarle a las estrellas.
* bark at + the moon = ladrarle a la luna, quejarse en vano, protestar en vano.
* bay at + the moon = ladrarle a la luna, quejarse en vano, protestar en vano.
* be over the moon = estar loco de contento, estar la mar de contento.
* cry for + the moon = pedir la luna, esperar lo imposible, pedirle peras al olmo, llorarle a las estrellas.
* cusp of the moon = cuerno de la luna.
* full moon = luna llena, plenilunio.
* honeymoon = luna de miel, viaje de novios.
* horn of the moon = cuerno de la luna.
* land on + the moon = alunizar, aterrizar en la luna.
* many moons ago = hace muchas lunas, hace mucho tiempo.
* moonbeam = rayo de luna.
* moon landing = alunizaje.
* moonless = sin luna, sin luz de luna.
* moonlight = estar pluriempleado, tener un segundo trabajo, tener un segundo empleo, luz de la luna.
* moonlighter = pluriempleado.
* moonlighting = pluriempleo.
* moonlit = a la luz de la luna, iluminado por la luna.
* moon phase = fase lunar, fase de la luna.
* moon shot = lanzamiento espacial.
* moonstruck = lunático, loco, chiflado, pirado, chalado, estúpido, zumbado, majareta.
* new moon = luna nueva, novilunio.
* once in a blue moon = de higos a brevas, de uvas a peras, muy de tarde en tarde, muy rara vez.
* phase of the moon = fase lunar, fase de la luna.
* reach for + the moon = pedir la luna, esperar lo imposible, pedirle peras al olmo, llorarle a las estrellas.
* shoot (for) + the moon = esperar lo imposible, conseguir lo imposible, ir a por todas, poner toda la carne en el asador, jugárselo todo, aspirar a lo máximo, ofrecer lo máximo, echar toda la carne en el asador.
* shoot + the moon = escapar de noche, huir de noche, enseñar el culo.
* waning moon = luna menguante.
* waxing moon = luna creciente.
(v.) = hacer una calva, enseñar el culo.

Def: En broma.
Ex: The ordinance goes further than necessary 'to prevent or deter public urination, mooning or skinny dipping'.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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luna

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Moon in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
луна
the M. [астр.] Луна
new ~ молодой месяц, новолуние
full ~ полная луна, полнолуние
the waning ~ луна на исходе
there was no ~ that night была безлунная (тёмная) ночь
2) спутник (планеты)
the planet Jupiter has nine ~s у планеты Юпитер девять спутников
3)
_.а) лунный месяц
_.б) [поэт.] месяц
_.в) [поэт.] лунный свет
4) лунка (на ногте) {сочетание}
~ lighting слабое освещение улиц to cry (to ask) for the ~ желать (требовать) невозможного
to shoot the ~ [см. shoot I 2. термин]
to believe that the ~ is made of green cheese верить небылицам
the man in the ~
_.а) лунный лик
_.б) вымышленное лицо
_.в) не от мира сего
с луны свалился
once in a blue ~ очень редко, никогда раз в год по обещанию, в кои-то веки №_2.: [v.]
1)
([тж.] ~ about, ~ along, ~ around)[разг.] бродить, двигаться как во сне, болтаться
to ~ up and down the street бродить взад и вперёд по улице
2) [редк.] проводить время в мечтаниях ([обыкн.] ~ away)
to ~ away one's summer holidays (two hours)
промечтать (потратить впустую) летний отпуск (два часа)
3) охотиться при свете луны

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(n) луна

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Ничто не вечно под луной. хотеть луну с неба; желать невозможного
лаять на луну, т.е. тратить время попусту
лаять на луну, т.е. тратить время попусту
хотеть луну с неба; желать невозможного
лаять на луну, т.е. тратить время попусту
быть на седьмом небе от счастья
Синонимы:
in the seventh heaven; on cloud nine; on cloud seven; on top of the world; on the top of the world; walking on air; over the moon; (be) (as) happy as Larry
Примеры:
1) When the boss announced my promotion, I was in seventh heaven! - Когда начальник объявил мое повышение, я был на седьмом небе от счастья!
2) When Mary received her diploma, she was on cloud nine. - Когда Мэри получила диплом, она была на седьмом небе от счастья!
3) She was over the moon about the forthcoming event. —
Она ликовала по поводу предстоящего события.
История:
Ключ к происхождению идиомы in seventh heaven нужно искать в Древнем Вавилоне. Именно в вавилонских текстах впервые появились астрономические теории, разделяющие небосвод на семь небесных сфер. И в некоторых религиях именно седьмое небо – самая отдаленная от земли сфера – стало местом пребывания Бога и ангелов, местом, где находятся священный свет и чистое блаженство.
Эта фраза приобрела широкое распространение в английском лишь в 19 веке. Это, по-видимому, связано с тесным общением с исламом Британской империи в тот период.
Фраза to be on cloud nine (досл.: "быть на девятом облаке") получила широкое распространение в Америке в 1950-х годах в связи с радиошоу, главный герой которого попадал на девятую тучу каждый раз, когда оказывался без сознания. Однако появилась она несколько раньше, в 1930-е, и происхождение ее связано не с радио, а гидрометеорологической службой Америки. В то время в зависимости от формы и высоты облака делили на группы, а в качестве названия групп оставили цифры. К девятой группе относили огромные великолепные белые облака, похожие на ватные горы. Они могут парить на высоте 10 тысяч километров, возвышаясь над всеми другими. Поэтому выражение означает быть невероятно счастливым, быть очень довольным чем-то.
«Over the moon» (досл.: быть над луной): фраза стала невероятно популярна в Англии в 1970-х, когда после футбольного матча в случае победы команды, которой комментатор симпатизировал, он объявлял, что он «over the moon». Но сама идиома появилась раньше: ее, например, обнаружили в дневнике некой леди Кавендиш, которая была «over the moon», на седьмом небе, по причине рождения младшего брата.
Происхождение фразы однозначно – детский стишок из популярного сборника «Песенки матушки Гусыни» «Hey Diddle, Diddle!», в котором корова перепрыгнула через луну (the cow jumped over the moon). В более раннем и более полном варианте строка стиха звучала так: «the cow jumped over the moon for delight» - «корова перепрыгнула через луну ради удовольствия».
"Happy as Larry" (досл.: счастливый, как Лари): британская идиома, пришла из Австралии и Новой Зеландии, появилась впервые примерно в 1870-х. Ее происхождение загадочно. Кто такой Лари и почему он счастлив? Большинство словарей связывает эту идиому с именем австралийского боксера Лари Фоли. Почему он был особенно счастливым человеком, неизвестно. Может быть, выиграл много состязаний? Доподлинно известно, что этот спортсмен был одним из первых, применивших боксерские перчатки. Поэтому его до сих пор помнят в Австралии.
Более реальной кажется параллель между словами Larry и larrikin - так в Австралии в 1860-х называли молодых щеголей, одевавшихся особенно стильно и очень внимательно следивших за своим внешним видом. быть в возбужденном состоянии
(досл.: на девятом облаке)
на седьмом небе (от счастья)
Пример: He was on cloud nine when she bought her new car. - Он был на седьмом небе от счастья, когда купил новую машину.
Синонимы:
in seventh heaven
over the moon
(as) happy as Larry
on cloud seven
on (the) top of the world
walking on air







(досл.: один раз в синюю луну)
почти никогда; редко; после дождичка в четверг; при невероятном стечении обстоятельств
Например:
Tourists often go to the Louvre but most Parisians only go once in a blue moon. - Туристы часто посещают Лувр, а парижане ходят туда крайне редко.
Этимология:
«A blue moon» обозначает не луну голубого цвета, а второе полнолуние в календарном месяце. Это явление встречается достаточно редко, раз в несколько лет. обещать луну с неба; быть готовым сделать что-л.
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спутник, луна, бродить

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луна

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1. n. 1. луна 2. астр. спутник (планеты) 3. лунный месяц 4. = поэт. month 5. лунный свет; to cry for the moon - требовать невозможного; to bay the moon - лаять на луну, заниматься бессмысленным делом; to aim/level at the moon - иметь слишком большие претензии, метить высоко; to believe that the moon is made of green cheese - верить всяким небылицам 2. v. 1. бродить, двигаться, действовать как во сне (тж. moon about, moon along, moon around) 2. проводить время в мечтаниях (обыкн. moon away); It's no use dreaming about that boy, he won't come back-are you going to moon away the whole of your life? Syn: yearn

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Moon in Papiamento
luna

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Moon in Dutch
maan

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Moon in Portuguese
raramente
GUIA DO RIO

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DAUGHTER'S GIFT DOM DAS FILHAS DA LUA

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lua

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[astronomia] s. Lua, f.; luar, m.

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Moon in Norwegian
måne, måne

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Moon in Turkish
ay

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ay; uydu

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i. ay. f., k. dili 1. düşüncelere dalıp hayal dünyasında gezinmek, dalıp kendi hayalleriyle başbaşa kalmak. 2. around/about dalgın dalgın dolanıp durmak.

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1. Ay; 2. Mehtap.

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ay

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i. ay. f., k. dili 1. düşüncelere dalıp hayal dünyasında gezinmek, dalıp kendi hayalleriyle başbaşa kalmak. 2. around/about dalgın dalgın

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ay

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Moon in Thai
vi. มูน (U.)
1. เที่ยวลอยชาย เหม่อ ไม่สนใจงานการ : moon away= เวลาผ่านไปอย่างไร้ความหมาย
2. เปิดบั้นท้ายให้คนดู
1. (grammar) สังเกต คำนี้มี preposition เฉพาะ: moon about=เดินเซื่องซึมไปทั่ว และmoon away=นั่งซึมทำให้เสีย…ไปเปล่า ๆ

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(มูน) n. ดวงจันทร์,พระจันทร์,เดือน,ดวงจันทร์ของดาวนพเคราะห์,สิ่งที่เป็นรูปเสี้ยวพระจันทร์

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พระจันทร์,เที่ยวเดินเซื่อง

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Moon in Vietnamese

[mu:n]

◊ danh từ

▪ mặt trăng

◦ new moon : trăng non

◦ crescent moon : trăng lưỡi liềm

▪ ánh trăng

▪ (thơ ca) tháng

▫ to cry for the moon

▪ (xem) cry

▫ to shoot the moon

▪ (từ lóng) dọn nhà đi trong đêm tối để tránh trả tiền nhà

▫ once in a blue moon

▪ rất hiếm, ít khi, năm thì mười hoạ

▫ the man in the moon

▪ chú cuội, người mơ mộng vơ vẩn

◊ nội động từ ( : about, around...)

▪ đi lang thang vơ vẩn

▪ có vẻ mặt thờ thẫn như ở cung trăng

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ to moon away the time thờ thẫn ra vào hết ngày


◊ (thiên văn) mặt trăng

◊ full m. tuần trăng tròn

◊ new m. tuần trăng non



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Moon in Italian
luna piena luna nuova

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luna

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Moon in Romanian
luna

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v.i.: (fam.) a umbla lela, a hoinări, a umbla fără rost; a se învârti în jurul (cuiva) "Mrs. Driffield used to remain in the churchyard while we were at work, not reading or sewing, but just mooning about." (W.S. Maugham, Cakes and Ale) "He moons around her like a sick duck." (J. Steinbeck, East of Eden)

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I. 1. luna
2. luna , satelit
3. luna (calendaristica)
II. a avea un mers (sau) o privire de somnambul

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(astr) Luna
  

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luna; lumina lunii

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a lîncezi; a-si petrece timpul lîncezind; luna

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Moon in Catalan
s llunaonce in a blue moon de tant en tant

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Moon in Polish
księżyc m

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Księżyc

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księżyc; miesiąc lunarnysmutny

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Moon in French
moon1 [mu:n] n
(a)lune f;
new moon, nouvelle lune;
full moon, pleine lune;
to land on the moon, atterrir ou se poser sur la lune, F alunir;
Fig to cry for the moon, demander la lune;
to promise someone the moon, promettre la lune à quelqu'un,;
F once in a blue moon, tous les trente-six du mois;
F that was many moons ago, c'était il y a bien longtemps;
F to be over the moon, être enchanté ou ravi (about, de);
moon buggy, jeep f lunaire;
(b)Astron (month) lunaison f; Lit lune f, mois m;
(c)(on fingernail) lunule f.

moon2 Sl
1vi (bare one's buttocks) montrer son cul.
2vt montrer son cul à (quelqu'un,).

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lune

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Moon in Bulgarian
разтакавам; луна; месечина;

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[mu:n] n 1. луна, месечина; full ~ пълнолуние; new ~ новолуние; {2} [mu:n] v 1. шляя се, разтакавам се (about, around); 2. пропи

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[mu:n] n 1. луна, месечина; full ~ пълнолуние; new ~ новолуние; 2. астр. спътник, сателит (на планета); З. поет. месец; 4. лунна светлина; over the ~ във възторг/екстаз; силно възбуден; to shoot the ~ sl. измъквам се от квартирата нощем, без да платя наема; to cry for the ~ искам невъзможното; to promise s.o. the ~ (and stars) свалям някому звездите. [mu:n] v 1. шляя се, разтакавам се (about, around); 2. пропилявам (време) (away); З. занасям се (over по).

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Moon in Croatian
nebesko tijelo

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Mjesec , mjesečev , mjesec

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nebesko tijelo

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Moon in German
Mond

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Moon in Danish
måne

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Moon in Persian
ماه‌، مهتاب‌، سرگردان‌ بودن‌، اواره‌ بودن‌، ماه‌ زده‌ شدن‌، ديوانه‌ كردن‌، بيهوده‌وقت‌ گذراندن‌

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مهتاب، ماه، ماه زده شدن، اواره بودن، بيهوده وقت گذراندن، ديوانه كردن، سرگردان بودن

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ماه،قمر
قمر طبيعي يك سياره خصوصاً ماه، تنها قمر طبيعي شناخته شده زمين كه پس از خورشيد، مشخص ترين شي مشاهده شده در آسمان است که نور خود را از خورشيد دريافت كرده و به سمت زمين منعكس مي كند. ماه طي 53/29 روز (نسبت به خورشيد) و يا طي 32/27 روز (نسبت به ستارگان) از غرب به شرق، حول زمين مي چرخد. قطر ميانگين اين قمر طبيعي، 9/3475 كيلومتر (معادل با 2160 مايل يا به بيان ديگر 27% قطر زمين)، وزن آن حدود g1025×354/7 (حدود 81/1 وزن زمين)، حجم آن معادل با 49/1 حجم زمين، چگالي ميانگين آن حدود 34/3 gr/cm3 و ميانگين فاصله آن از زمين در حود 400/348 كيلومتر (يا 857/238 مايل) است. ماه طي هر حركت انتقالي، يكبار نيز حول محور خود مي گردد و از اينرو هميشه يك وجه آن رو به زمين قرار مي گيرد. سياره مزبور، ضرورتاً فاقد جو و آب بوده و در نتيجه هيچ گونه حيات و يا ماده آلي در آن وجود ندارد.

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مهتاب ،سرگردان بودن ،اواره بودن ،ماه زده شدن ،ديوانه کردن ،بيهوده وقت گذراندن
نجوم : قمر
 کلمات مرتبط(35)  کلمات مرتبط(moon):



بازگشت به واژه moon


age of moon 
 blue moon 
eclipe of the moon 
 eclipse of the moon 
full moon 
half moon 
 half-moon 
harvest moon 
libration of the moon 
 mock moon 
moon blind 
 moon blindness 
moon calf 
 moon craters 
moon daisy 
 moon dial 
moon doung makki 
 moon eyed 
moon flower 
 moon knife 
moon mad 
 moon-blind 
moon-daisy 
 moon-flower 
new moon 
 once in a blue moon 
orbit of the moon 
 phases of moon 
phases of the moon 
 quarter moon 
the drak bay the moon 
 the full of the moon 
the moon in her plenitude 
 the phases of the moon 
wane of the moon 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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ماه‌ ، مهتاب‌ ، سرگردان‌ بودن‌ ، آواره‌ بودن‌ ، ماه‌زده‌ زده‌ شدن‌ ، ديوانه‌ كردن‌ ، بيهوده‌وقت‌ گذراندن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ِ¢÷گ¤£ً –ىّù¢ّْ‏“ ٹ ِ¢¤î ù÷گّ‏¢ ٹ ِ¢ھ ù¢¥ ù¢¥ù‘ُ ٹ ِ¢ّ“ ù¤گّچ ٹ ِ¢ّ“ ِگ¢¤ً¤¨ ٹ ’‘—ُْ ٹ ù‘ُ

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Moon in Finnish
kuu

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Moon in Hungarian
ábrándozik, elábrándozik, lézeng, lődörög, tűnődik

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hold; hónap

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hold

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Moon in Hebrew
(ש"ע) ירח, לבנה, סהר, המאור הקטן.

Dictionary source: English Hebrew Paganism Dictionary
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Moon in Serbian
Mesec(Neb.Telo=

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Moon in Albanian
hën

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hëna

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Moon in Mongolian
n. 1. сар. 2. гаригийн дагуул. 3. билгийн сар. new moon арван тавны сар. half moon хавирган сар. cry for the moon бїтэхгїй юм хїсэх. once in a blue moon хааяа, их ховор. many moons ago олон жилийн ємнє. v. ~ (about/ around) зїгээр суух, холхих, дэмий тэнэх. moonless adj. харанхуй, саргїй.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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сар, гаригийн дагуул, билгийн сар, сарны гэрэл

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Moon in Swedish
måne

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Moon in Urdu
n. badar/chaaٌd/maah/maah taab/qamar

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n.
1. چندر ماں- چاند- قمر- ماہتاب- ماہ - جنہا- ششي- اندو- سوم
2. satellite حلقہ- ہالہ
3. a month مہينہ- ماس- ماہ
new moon نيا چاند- ہلال- ماہ نو
seven moons سات مہينے


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Moon in Slovak
luna, mesec; once in a blue ~ skoraj nikoli; postopati, zapravljati čas

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Moon in Ukrainian
(n) місяць

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Moon in Swahili
mwezi

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