Moon is defined as the only natural satellite of the Earth.
An example of the moon is the disk or crescent of light you see in the night sky.
Moon is what someone wants to give you when they wish to give you everything.(noun)
An example of moon is when someone says they want to give you everything.
See moon in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME mone < OE mona, akin to Goth mēna < IE *mēn-, month, moon (> L mensis, Gr mēn, month, mēne, moon) < base mē-, to measure
Origin: from an earlier slang use of the noun, meaning “buttocks”Slang to engage in the prank of momentarily baring one's buttocks in public
Origin: from the notion of behaving as if moonstruck
See moon in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English moone
Origin: , from Old English mōna; see mē-2 in Indo-European roots.
See moon in Ologies
the branch of astronomy that deals with the charting of the moon’s surface. —selenographer, selenographist, n. —selenographic, selenographical, adj.
the worship of the moon.
the branch of astronomy that studies the physical characteristics of the moon. —selenologist, n. —selenological, adj.
a form of divination involving observation of the moon.
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