moon

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ay
(fiil) dalgın dalgın dolaşmak
{i} ay. f., k.dili
uydu

Uydu, ay etrafında yörüngede. - The satellite is in orbit around the moon.

Birçok uydular Satürn'ün etrafında dönmektedir. - Many moons orbit around Saturn.

ay [astr.]
mah
saçma
dili dalgın dalgın gezinmek
{f} dalgın dalgın dolaşmak
{i} düşüncelere dalıp hayal dünyasında gezinmek, dalıp kendi hayalleriyle başbaşa kalmak
tıb tavukkarası
moonshine mehtap
{i} around/about dalgın dalgın
dolunay veya hilâl şeklindeki şey
atlara mahsus bir çeşit göz iltihabı
boşlakırdı
(isim) Kamer
mehtap

Mehtap gerçekten güzel. - The moonlight is really beautiful.

moon about
dalgın dalgın dolaşmak
moon around
dalgın dalgın dolaşmak
moon daisy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) öküzgözü
moon rocket
(Askeri) ay roketi
moon about
dalgın dalgın gezinmek
moon about
dalgın dalgın dolaş
moon around
dalgın dalgın dolaş
moon away
boşa geçirmek
moon away
boşa harcamak
moon blindness
tavuk karası
moon away
boşa geçirmek, boşa harcamak
moon beam
ay ışığı
moon bounce
(Elektrik, Elektronik) (Earth-Moon-Earth - Dünya-Ay-Dünya)Dünyadan gönderilen radyo dalgalarının aydan yansıyarak yeniden dünyaya dönmesiyle gerçekleştirilen haberleşme yöntemi
moon faced
ay yüzlü
moon phase
Ayın Evreleri
moon pie
ay pastam
moon rise
Ay yükselişi
moon roof
moon çatı
moon eyed
{s} gözleri faltaşı gibi
moon eyed
{s} gece körü
moon faced
mehlika
moon rocket
(Askeri) AY ROKETİ: Çevresinde dönmek, arza dönmek veya üzerine inmek maksadıyla aya faydalı bir yük (pay load) götüren bir roket
moon satellite
(Askeri) AY UYDUSU: Bak. "Lunar Satellite"
moon tracking
(Askeri) ay izlemesi
moon tracking
(Askeri) AY İZLEMESİ: Bir arz uydusunun ilerleyişini gözetleme ve seyrini işaretleme işlemi veya hareketi
moon watch
(Askeri) AY GÖZETLEMESİ: Yörüngedeki bir arz uydusunun geçişini incelemek maksadıyla yapılan bir gözetleme
moon watch
(Askeri) ay gözetlemesi
mock moon
(Meteoroloji) yalancı ay
blue moon
çok uzun bir süre
full moon
mehtap
to be over the moon
sevinçten uçmak
alighting on the moon
aya iniş
as changeable as the moon
saati saatine uymaz
blue moon
çok uzun zaman
cry for the moon
olmayacak şey istemek
eclipse of the moon
ay tutulması
full moon
dolunay

Bu gece bir dolunay görülebilir. - A full moon can be seen tonight.

O gün görülen bir dolunaydı. - It was a full moon that was seen that day.

half moon
yarımay
new moon
hilal

Yeni aydan sonra birkaç gün batı akşamı gökyüzünde ince bir hilal görürüz.Hilal ay her gece gittikçe büyür ya da şişmanlıyor gibi görünür. - A few days after new moon, we see a thin crescent in the western evening sky. The crescent Moon waxes, or appears to grow fatter, each night.

new moon
ayça
once in a blue moon
kırk yılda bir
over the moon
sevinçten uçan
over the moon
çok mutlu
phase of the moon
ayın görünüşü
promise sb the moon
yapamayacağı bir şeyi vaat etmek
promise the moon
dünyaları vaadetmek
total eclipse of the moon
ay tutulması
crater on the moon
Ayda krater
cry for the moon
Ay için ağlamak
discovery of water on the moon
Ay'da suyun keşfi
earth's moon's real name
dünyanın moon'un gerçek adı
earth-moon-earth
(Elektrik, Elektronik) (Earth-Moon-Earth - Dünya-Ay-Dünya)Dünyadan gönderilen radyo dalgalarının aydan yansıyarak yeniden dünyaya dönmesiyle gerçekleştirilen haberleşme yöntemi
gibbous moon
dışbükey moon
once a blue moon
(deyim) Bkz. önce in a blue moon
once in a blue moon
nadiren
once in a blue moon: see moon
kırk yılda bir bakın: moon
over the moon
Ay üzerinde
over the moon
Çok sevinmiş, mutluluktan uçan
over the moon
Çok mutlu, çok sevinçli
promise the moon
dünyaları vaat etmek
shepherd moon
(Astronomi) (veya shepherd satellite) Çoban uydu
silver moon
gümüş ay
the dark side of the moon
ayın karanlık yüzü
the moon
Ay
the phases of the moon
ayın evreleri
to be over the moon
üzerinde ay olmak
under moon
ayın altında
waning moon
moon azalan
waning, diminishing (moon)
(Ay azalan azalan)
waxing moon
moon cilalama
Moon light
(isim) Ayfer
age of moon
(Askeri) AYIN DURUMU (SAFHALARI): Genellikle gün olarak ifade edilen hilalin görüldüğü günden sonra geçen zaman
ask for the moon
zoru istemek
ask for the moon
imkansızı istemek
bay the moon
boşuna uğraşmak
beg for the moon
(deyim) gökteki ayı istemek
beg for the moon
(deyim) imkansızı istemek
change of moon
ayın biçimini değiştirmesi
cry for the moon
olmayacak şeyler istemek
cry for the moon
zoru istemek
dark of the moon
mehtapsız gece
harvest moon
hasat dolunayı
heart and moon
kalp ve ay
man in the moon
aydede
man in the moon
ayın suratı
moonless
(sıfat) aysız
moonless
{s} aysız

M31 de denilen Andromeda Galaxy karanlık, aysız gecelerde görülmek için yeterince parlaktır. - The Andromeda Galaxy, also called M31, is bright enough to be seen by the naked eye on dark, moonless nights.

Koboldlar sadece aysız gecelerde görülebilirler. - Kobolds can only be seen on moonless nights.

new moon
yeni ay

Güneş ışığı, yeni ayın çevresindeki gecelerde en aydınlıktır. - Earthshine is brightest on the nights around the new moon.

Yeni aydan sonra birkaç gün batı akşamı gökyüzünde ince bir hilal görürüz.Hilal ay her gece gittikçe büyür ya da şişmanlıyor gibi görünür. - A few days after new moon, we see a thin crescent in the western evening sky. The crescent Moon waxes, or appears to grow fatter, each night.

new moon
hilâl

Yeni aydan sonra birkaç gün batı akşamı gökyüzünde ince bir hilal görürüz.Hilal ay her gece gittikçe büyür ya da şişmanlıyor gibi görünür. - A few days after new moon, we see a thin crescent in the western evening sky. The crescent Moon waxes, or appears to grow fatter, each night.

once in a blue moon
(Fiili Deyim ) ayda yılda bir , kırk yılda bir
over the moon
(deyim) cok sevinme
promise s.o. the moon
birine olmayacak vaatlerde bulunmak
rose and moon
(Bilgisayar) gül ve ay
teddy and moon
(Bilgisayar) oyuncak ayı ve ay
the moon
aydede
the phases of the moon
ayın evreleri. the Philippine Islands Filipin Adaları
التركية - التركية
ABD'de oldukça yaygın olan ve "Birleşme Kilisesi" adıyla tanınan tarikatın kurucusu olan Koreli din adamı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The Earth's moon; the sole natural satellite of the Earth, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☾
A surname
The god of the Moon in Heathenry
To display one’s buttocks to, typically in jest, pejoratively, or in protest
A month, particularly a lunar month
(usually followed by over or about) To fuss over adoringly or with great affection

Sarah mooned over Sam’s photograph for months.

Any natural satellite of a planet
Largest satellite of Earth
{n} the great luminary of the night, a month
{i} 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
The Earths moon; the sole natural satellite of the Earth, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☾
{i} earth's natural satellite, appearance of the earth's natural satellite; satellite of any planet; lunar month; object shaped like a crescent
the natural satellite of the Earth; "the average distance to the moon is 384,400 kilometers"; "men first stepped on the moon in 1969"
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) expose one's buttocks to; "moon the audience"
If you say that you are over the moon, you mean that you are very pleased about something. = overjoyed. to bend over and show your buttocks as a joke or a way of insulting someone moon about/around to spend your time lazily, moving around with no real purpose. Sole natural satellite of Earth, which it orbits from west to east at a mean distance of about 238,900 mi (384,400 km). It is less than one-third the size of Earth (diameter about 2,160 mi, or 3,476 km, at its equator), about one-eightieth as massive, and about two-thirds as dense. Its surface gravity is about one-sixth that of Earth, and its gravitational pull is largely responsible for Earth's tides. The Moon shines by reflected sunlight, but its albedo is only 7.3%. It rotates on its axis in about 29.5 days, in exactly the time it takes to orbit Earth, and it therefore always presents the same face to Earth. However, that face is lit by the Sun at different angles as the Moon revolves around Earth, causing it to display different phases over the month, from new to full. Most astronomers believe the Moon formed from a cloud of fragments ejected into Earth orbit when a Mars-sized body struck the proto-Earth early in the solar system's history. Its surface has been studied by telescope since Galileo first observed it in 1609 and firsthand by a total of 12 U.S. astronauts during the six successful lunar landing missions of the Apollo program. The dominant process affecting the surface has been impacts, both from micrometeorite bombardment, which grinds rock fragments into fine dust, and from meteorite strikes, which produced the craters profusely scattered over its surface mostly early in its history, over four billion years ago. The maria (see mare) are huge, ancient lava flows. In the late 1990s unmanned spacecraft found possible signs of water ice near the Moon's poles. More generally, a moon is any natural satellite orbiting a planet or other nonstellar body
To act if moonstruck; to wander or gaze about in an abstracted manner
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
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"
be idle in a listless or dreamy way
To display one's buttocks to, in jest
The moon is the object that you can often see in the sky at night. It goes round the Earth once every four weeks, and as it does so its appearance changes from a circle to part of a circle. the first man on the moon the light of a full moon. see also new moon
The time occupied by the moon in making one revolution in her orbit; a month
emphasis If you say that something happens once in a blue moon, you are emphasizing that it does not happen very often at all. Once in a blue moon you get some problems
any natural satellite of a planet; "Jupiter has sixteen moons"
any natural satellite of a planet; "Jupiter has sixteen moons" the natural satellite of the Earth; "the average distance to the moon is 384,400 kilometers"; "men first stepped on the moon in 1969" 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" 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) expose one's buttocks to; "moon the audience" be idle in a listless or dreamy way
To expose to the rays of the moon
Any substantially sized natural satellite of a planet
The Moon, the satellite of planet Earth
To fuss over adoringly or with great affection
{f} wander; daydream; pine, yearn; briefly show one's bare bottom as a prank (Slang)
A moon is an object similar to a small planet that travels around a planet. Neptune's large moon
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
A secondary planet, or satellite, revolving about any member of the solar system; as, the moons of Jupiter or Saturn
A crescentlike outwork
moon bag
A small pouch attached to a belt that is worn on the outside of clothing around the waist and used for holding small personal items

She wears her moon bag every day on her morning jog.

moon bags
plural form of moon bag
moon bear
The Asian black bear, Ursus thibetanus
moon blindness
The optic condition night blindess: reduced eyesight in faint light

The cavalry messenger dismounted after his moon blindness rendered riding on through the wilderness unsafe.

moon blindness
A chronic equine inflammatory eye disease
moon boot
A type of footwear made popular in the 1970's, with a thin rubber outsole and no distinct left or right feet
moon boots
plural form of moon boot
moon bounce
bounce house
moon bounces
plural form of moon bounce
moon illusion
The optical illusion whereby the moon looks larger when it is low in the sky than otherwise
moon landing
The safe arrival of a spacecraft on the surface of the moon
moon language
Text written in an incomprehensible script, especially Japanese or Chinese
moon languages
plural form of moon language
moon letter
One of fourteen Arabic letters that do not affect the pronunciation of the "L" of a preceding definite article (ال-). The "L" in the Arabic definite article is pronounced "L" when followed by a moon letter: e.g., القرآن = al-Qur’an. The fourteen moon letters are:
moon letters
plural form of moon letter
moon on a stick
Everything; all that one could desire (especially as an unreasonable demand)

What more do I want — the moon on a stick of course.

moon rats
plural form of moon rat
moon roofs
plural form of moon roof
moon shot
The launching of a spacecraft to orbit or land on the Moon
moon-blind
sigth-impaired by the equine eye-disease moon blindness
moon-blind
sigth-impaired by night blindness
moon-face
a swollen and rounded face, often indicative of a disease (Cushing's syndrome) or of a steroid side-effect
moon-faced
Having a round face
moon about
Be apathetic, gloomy, or dazed
moon bounce
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Earth-Moon-Earth, also known as moon bounce, is a radio communications technique which relies on the propagation of radio waves from an earth-based transmitter directed via reflection from the surface of the moon back to an earth-based receiver
Moon Dance
{i} episode from the American situation comedy "Frasier
Moon alphabet
{i} system of embossed writing for the blind invented by Dr. William Moon in 1845 which uses some ordinary letters in simplified form
moon about
{f} loiter, wander aimlessly; go astray
moon around
{f} loiter, wander aimlessly; go astray
moon blindness
Recurrent inflammation of a horse's eyes, often resulting in eventual blindness. Also called mooneye
moon blindness
{i} loss of vision in horses occurring at regular intervals; nyctalopia, night blindness, abnormally poor eyesight in darkness; night blindness, defect which limits or impairs night vision
moon blindness
recurrent eye inflammation in horses; sometimes resulting in blindness
moon boot
a thick warm boot made of cloth or plastic, worn in snow and cold weather
moon carrot
any plant of the genus Seseli having dense umbels of small white or pink flowers and finely divided foliage
moon dog
A paraselene
moon eyed
{s} having the eyes open wide; capable of seeing well at night; purblind, partially blind, half-blind
moon landing
landing on the moon
moon phase
An indicator that keeps track of the phases of the moon A regular rotation of the moon is once around the earth every 29 days, 12 hours, and 44 minutes once set, the moon phase indicator accurately displays the phase of the moon
moon phase
shape of the moon as viewed from Earth at different times of the month
moon phase
A window in a watch face that shows which phase the moon is in A disk beneath the window, painted with two pictures of a moon, rotates as the month progresses, revealing gradually larger or smaller segments of the picture
moon shell
Any of various marine gastropod mollusks of the family Naticidae, having a smooth rounded shell
moon shell
marine gastropods having smooth rounded shells that form short spires
moon shot
the launching of a spacecraft to the moon
moon trefoil
evergreen shrub of southern European highlands having downy foliage and a succession of yellow flowers throughout the summer followed by curious snail-shaped pods
moon-splashed
splashed or covered patchily with moonlight; "the moon-splashed world
moon-worship
worship of the moon
mock moon
A paraselene
mock moon
{i} paraselene, pseudo-moon, radiant moon-shaped spot on a lunar halo
Easter Moon
The first full moon of spring by a tropical year
Galilean moon
One of the four Galilean moons
Lenten Moon
The last full moon of winter by a tropical year
Trojan moon
a pseudo-moon that occupies a Trojan point of a system
ask for the moon
To claim or desire something that one cannot have
asked for the moon
Simple past tense and past participle of ask for the moon
asking for the moon
Present participle of ask for the moon
asks for the moon
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ask for the moon
blue moon
The moon tinted towards blue as it appears in the sky, caused by dust or smoke in the atmosphere
blue moon
The third full moon in a quarter that contains four rather than the usual three full moons
blue moon
A long time
blue moon
The second of two full moons that occur in the same calendar month
blue moon
Something absurd

Yf they say the mone is belewe, we must believe that it is true.

crescent moon
A symbol of Islam
crescent moon
The Moon as it appears in its first or last quarter
full moon
The phase of the moon when it is in opposition to the sun
full moon
The moon when it is in opposition to the sun
gibbous moon
A lunar phase either side of the full moon when the moon's disc as seen from the Earth is larger than a semicircle
half-moon
anything shaped like a crescent, especially the base of a fingernail
half-moon
the moon, in its first or last quarter, when only half the face is illuminated
hang the moon
To place the moon in the sky: used as an example of a superlative act attributed to someone viewed with uncritical or excessive awe, reverence, or infatuation

But there's no use crying over spilled perfume.

harvest moon
The first full moon of autumn by a tropical year
harvest moon
The full moon nearest the autumn equinox, when the moon rises the latest and lowest in the sky and seems to appear the biggest, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere
hung the moon
Simple past tense and past participle of hang the moon
hunter's moon
The full moon after the harvest moon
man in the moon
A human face perceived in the full moon, comprising dark maria and light highlands
midsummer moon
The full moon or the lunar month around midsummer
mooning
Present participle of moon
mooning
The act of showing one's buttocks
moonless
During which no phase of the Moon is visible to provide light
new moon
The phase of the moon when it is waxing
new moon
The phase of the moon when it is in conjunction with the sun
new moon
The moon when it is waxing
new moon
The day when the new moon is first seen or is expected to appear
new moon
The moon when it is in conjunction with the sun
old moon
The moon when it is waning
old moon
The phase of the moon when it is waning
once in a blue moon
Never
once in a blue moon
Very rarely; very infrequently
over the moon
Delighted, thrilled

Winemakers are over the moon to be able to showcase the individual nuances within their vineyards.

quarter moon
Either of the intermediate stages between the new and full moons. In spite of the name, half of the Moon's visible portion is lit up during a quarter moon
shepherd moon
A small moon that orbits near the outer edges of a planetary ring or within gaps in the ring. The edge of the ring remains sharply defined owing to the gravity of shepherd moons
shoot the moon
To hit the moon, with a rocket or by other means

The Army, making its first attempt to shoot the moon, had spent weeks fussing over the Juno II, a 60-ton Jupiter IRBM with a spike of high-speed rockets.

shoot the moon
To attain great heights, a high value, or a numerically high measurement

Already orbiting at altitudes unimaginable a few short years ago, interest rates moved even higher last week and threatened to shoot the moon.

shoot the moon
To take a risk which may result in great rewards; to succeed after taking such a risk

They understood that they could try to shoot the moon and turn the traditional timing of a presidential campaign on its head and possibly succeed.

shoot the moon
To achieve the lowest score possible, such that the player is usually rewarded with bonus points
to the moon
Used as an intensifier

When I saw him, he was wired to the moon. He didn't come down for two days.

to the moon
To a very distant or unreachable place
waning moon
The moon at any time after full moon and before new moon
waxing moon
The moon at any time after new moon and before full moon
the moon
lune
moonless
{a} not enlightened by the moon, light
blue moon
Informal. A relatively long period of time: "I haven't seen you in a blue moon."
blue moon
a.) The second of two full moons occurring in the same month. b.) The third full moon in a three-month calendrical season that has four full moons
full moon
The period of the month when such a moon occurs
full moon
The moon when it is visible as a fully illuminated disk
harvest moon
The full moon that occurs nearest the autumnal equinox
over the moon
overjoyed
over the moon
(deyim) Very happy
over the moon
Extremely pleased and happy

When he sent me flowers and a note, I was over the moon.

over the moon
thrilled
over the moon
delighted
shepherd moon
(Astronomi) (Also shepherd satellite) A small moon orbiting close to a planetary ring, especially of Saturn, and whose gravitational field confines the ring within a narrow band
Ban Ki-moon
{i} (born in 1944 in Korea ) 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations succeeding Kofi Annan
Craters of the Moon National Monument
Region of volcanic cones and craters, south-central Idaho, U.S. Established in 1924, it covers an area of 53,545 acres (21,669 hectares) and has more than 35 craters, probably extinct only a few centuries. Some are nearly a half-mile across and several hundred feet deep and reach a height of more than 6,000 ft (1,800 m). Tunnels formed by fissure eruptions feature stalactites and stalagmites in red and blue
Sanctification of the New Moon
Jewish blessing said at the appearance of the new moon
Sun Myung Moon
born Jan. 6, 1920, Kwangju Sangsa Ri, P'y ngan-puk province, Korea South Korean religious leader. Convinced that he was designated by God as a successor to Jesus, Moon began to preach a new religion, loosely based on Christianity, in North Korea in 1946. After being imprisoned by North Korean authorities, he escaped or was released and went to South Korea, where he founded the Unification Church in 1954 and built a multimillion-dollar business empire. In 1973 he moved his headquarters to Tarrytown, N.Y., U.S., where he became the focus of controversies over fund-raising techniques, tax evasion, and the indoctrination of followers (popularly called Moonies). In 1982 Moon was convicted of tax evasion, sentenced to 18 months in prison, and fined $25,000. He has also suffered from a damaging exposé by his daughter-in-law. In the 1990s the church began operations in Brazil, where its purchase of large tracts of rainforest has been widely criticized
The moon
mone
The moon
luna
Waxing Moon
when the moon seems to be getting bigger, going from new to crescent to half to gibbous to full
Waxing Moon
As the New Moon makes its journey toward the Full Moon phase, its disk of light grows larger, or waxes This is a good time for magick that involves growing and building
Waxing Moon
The period in the [email protected] monthly cycle after the new moon and before the full moon During this period, the lighted portion of the [email protected] surface is increasing (Back To Top) X,Y,Z
William Moon
{i} (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
Yin Mandarin for moon
the yin is the receptive, passive, negative, feminine force that joins with the yang to comprise everything in the universe
bark at the moon
protest in vain, protest to no end
bayed at the moon
howled in the night (dog, wolf, etc.)
blue moon
The second full moon in a calendar month, or the third full moon in a season containing four C
blue moon
a long time; "something that happens once in blue moon almost never happens
blue moon
a long time; "something that happens once in blue moon almost never happens"
blue moon
When there are two Full Moons in one calendar month, the second is called a Blue Moon
blue moon
For one thing, a blue moon isn't blue! Originally, it meant something that would hardly ever happen, as in "We will have a blue moon, before such and so " Then it became the name for the third full moon in a season (three months) of four full moons Then about 50 years ago it became the name of the second full moon in a month, as Mar 31, 1999 They are not very rare They happen every two or three years
blue moon
1 the second full moon to fall within a calendar month 2 the third full moon in a season containing four
crescent moon
A phase of the Moon just before and after the new moon, when only a thin curved section is lighted by the Sun The last crescent moon before the new moon is sometimes called the old crescent moon, and the first crescent moon is sometimes called a young crescent moon (Back To Top) D
crescent moon
when we can see only a sliver of the moon's disk (the side of the moon facing us)
crescent moon
Dolphin Dove
crescent moon
Sacred symbol of the Goddess Used for Sabbats, women's healings and invocations
crescent moon
{i} phase of the moon when it is shaped as a C, new moon
cry for the moon
want what one cannot have, desire the impossible
dark of the moon
side of the moon which is in shadow
dark side of the moon
section of the moon that is hidden by the light of the sun
eve of the New Moon
evening before the new moon (moon's phase when its dark side is toward the earth and therefore invisible; first day of a Jewish month)
full moon
This brings "Illumination " That is to say things from the unconscious or sub to our conscious awareness It may bring us revelations to questions we have been inquiring about, or discovery of patterns that we may need to change Whatever we had "symbolically planted" during the new moon, thus reaches its full peak during the Full Moon phase of the lunar cycle Its the highest point in the lunar cycle, before we start finishing things up and prepare for a new phase
full moon
the time when the moon is fully illuminated
full moon
the moon when you can see all of it as a complete circle new moon, half moon half moon, crescent moon crescent moon
full moon
In magick, the nights of a full moon are used to bring fruitfullness to any endeavor It is a time of fertility and creativity An excellent period to work magicks dealing with drawing favourable energy into yourself, healing, love, etc
full moon
What your repairman reveals when he bends over to fix your fridge
full moon
when the moon's disk is light because the Earth is between the sun and the moon
full moon
Phase of the Moon in which it appears as a complete circular disk in the sky
full moon
the moon when it reflects light as a full disk
full moon
The Sun and Moon are opposite each other stressing the polarity differences in there respected Zodiac Signs A time for completion, gathering together, unifying, illuminating, bringing in a new awareness to meet your needs and challenges Unconscious emotional undercurrents are brought up to conscious awareness during a Full Moon, so its great for enhancing self-awareness and insight
full moon
The Full Moon is opposite the Sun, meaning that it rises at roughly sunset and sets at roughly sunrise It is in the sky all night long It occurs two weeks after New Moon, a week after First Quarter Moon, and a week before Last Quarter Moon If you use the same reasoning as we do with "quarter" Moons, you would call this the "Half Moon," since we see only half the surface of the Moon (the other half being on the far side) But since the full side facing us is illuminated, it is the "full" Moon Lunar eclipses can sometimes occur at the phase, usually two to three times a year
full moon
The visible Moon is fully illuminated by direct sunlight Here the Moon is Mother
full moon
The visible moon is fully illuminated by direct sunlight (For the purposes of the predictions provided here, the percent (%) moon illuminated would be close to 100% )
full moon
The moon at opposition, with a phase angle of 0°, when it appears as a round disk to an observer on the earth because the illuminated side is toward him See phases of the moon
full moon
The phase of the Moon when it is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun and receives sunlight across its entire face, forming a circle of light At this point, the Moon is in opposition to the Sun (Back To Top) G
full moon
Lunar phase during which the entire visible surface is under illumination (See also new moon )
full moon
This occurs when the visible Moon is fully illuminated by direct sunlight At the Full Moon the Sun and Moon are in opposition
full moon
Phase of the moon when it has waxed fully Best time for spells involving psychic powers, and for magick in general
gibbous moon
when we can see roughly three-quarters of the moon's disk
gibbous moon
The phase of the Moon during which more than half, but less than all, the visible hemisphere of the Moon is illuminated by sunlight
gibbous moon
The phase of the Moon when it is getting larger after the first quarter moon phase (waxing gibbous) or smaller after the full moon but before the last quarter moon (waning gibbous)
half moon
A lunar phase when the moon looks like a half circle
half moon
(also called quarter moon) when we can see one half of the moon's disk (this is one-quarter of the entire moon's surface)
half moon
First-quarter or third-quarter phase, when half of the moon is illuminated
half moon
The phase of the Moon also known as the quarter moon, first quarter moon, or last quarter moon (Back To Top) I
half moon
the shape of the moon when only half of it is showing full moon, new moon
half moon
moon when it is halfway through its cycle and is seen as a half circle
half-moon
the crescent-shaped area at the base of the human fingernail the time at which the moon is at first or last quarter when half its face is illuminated
harvest moon
the full moon nearest the September equinox
harvest moon
full moon occurring at or near harvest time (around September 23); harvest month
increscent moon
{i} moon that is increasing or becoming more illuminated
man in the moon
legendary man who lives on the moon and whose face can be seen when the moon is full
mooned
past of moon
mooned
Of or resembling the moon; symbolized by the moon
mooning
The act of showing ones buttocks
moonless
A moonless sky or night is dark because there is no moon. a moonless sky or night is dark because the moon cannot be seen
moonless
without a moon or a visible moon; "the dark moonless night"; "a moonless planet"
moonless
without a moon or a visible moon; "the dark moonless night"; "a moonless planet
moonless
Being without a moon or moonlight
moonless
Having no orbitting moon
moonless
{s} without a moon, without a visible moon; not having the light from the moon
new moon
Phase of the moon during which none of the lunar disk is visible
new moon
Anew and fresh "symbolic" field to which we can plant "seeds" in our subconscious During this phase, it is beneficial to begin a new job, project, task or even depending upon the sign its in, new pattern It is considered an excellent time for meditation upon that which you would like to bring forth into your daily life
new moon
when the moon's disk is dark (and invisible to us) because the moon is between the sun and the Earth
new moon
The phase of the Moon when it is directly between the Earth and the Sun Because sunlight is hitting only the far side of the Moon, it appears dark from the Earth Reflected light from Earth can sometimes make the new moon faintly visible
new moon
the time at which the moon appears as a narrow waxing crescent
new moon
The Moon is not illuminated by direct sunlight Here, the Moon is Maiden
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