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Moon synonyms
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The time of the new moon
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  1. The time of the new moon
  2. The phase of the Moon that occurs when it passes between Earth and the Sun, making it either invisible or visible only as a thin crescent at sunset.
  3. The first phase of the moon when it is between the earth and the sun, with its dark side toward the earth: it is followed by the waxing crescent phase
British consort of Charles, Prince of Wales, from 1981 until their divorce in 1996.
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  1. British consort of Charles, Prince of Wales, from 1981 until their divorce in 1996.
  2. The virgin goddess of hunting and childbirth, associated with the moon and identified with the Greek Artemis.
  3. (Name, person, proper) A feminine name: dim. Di; Fr. Diane
(Astronomy, astrology) A natural object which is located outside of Earth's atmosphere, such as the Moon, the Sun, an asteroid, planet, or star.
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  1. (Astronomy, astrology) A natural object which is located outside of Earth's atmosphere, such as the Moon, the Sun, an asteroid, planet, or star.
(Hawaii) A foreman on a plantation.
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  1. (Hawaii) A foreman on a plantation.
  2. (Rom. Myth., person, proper) The goddess of the moon: identified with the Greek Selene
  3. The goddess of the moon.
An object launched to orbit Earth or another celestial body. Satellites are used for research, communications, weather information, and navigation. The first artificial Earth satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union in October 1957; the first successful American satellite was launched in January 1958.
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  1. An object launched to orbit Earth or another celestial body. Satellites are used for research, communications, weather information, and navigation. The first artificial Earth satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union in October 1957; the first successful American satellite was launched in January 1958.
  2. One who attends a powerful dignitary; a subordinate.
  3. A man-made object rocketed into orbit around the earth, the moon, etc.; specif., such an object containing electronic devices for originating or relaying communications, data, etc.
Astronomical object
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  1. Astronomical object
  2. A natural celestial object, visible in the sky, such as a star, planet, natural satellite, asteroid, comet, the Moon or the Sun. Objects flying or moving in the atmosphere are not usually considered as heavenly bodies.
(Astrol.) Any of the celestial bodies regarded as influencing human lives: traditionally, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and the sun and moon
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  1. (Astrol.) Any of the celestial bodies regarded as influencing human lives: traditionally, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and the sun and moon
  2. One of the seven revolving astrological celestial bodies that in conjunction with the stars are believed to influence human affairs and personalities.
  3. A celestial body that orbits the Sun, has sufficient mass to assume nearly a round shape, clears out dust and debris from the neighborhood around its orbit, and is not a satellite of another planet. The eight planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Pluto was considered to be a planet until its reclassification in 2006 as a dwarf planet. A planetlike body with more than about ten times the mass of Jupiter would be considered a brown dwarf rather than a planet.
(Astronomy) An asteroid-like body in an orbit beyond the asteroid belt, such as a centaur or Kuiper belt object
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  1. (Astronomy) An asteroid-like body in an orbit beyond the asteroid belt, such as a centaur or Kuiper belt object
  2. (Astronomy) A larger, planetary, body in orbit around the Sun, such as Vesta or (candidate) dwarf planets such Eris or Sedna
  3. (Astronomy) A dwarf planet
The figure of the moon as it appears before its first quarter phase or after its third quarter phase, with concave and convex edges terminating in points.
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  1. The figure of the moon as it appears before its first quarter phase or after its third quarter phase, with concave and convex edges terminating in points.
  2. A phase of a planet or a moon, when it appears to have one concave edge and one convex edge, esp., of the moon just after new moon (waxing crescent) or just before new moon (waning crescent)
  3. Something shaped like a crescent, such as a curved pastry or a curved street.
The time of month when such a moon is seen
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  1. The time of month when such a moon is seen
  2. The phase of the moon at which the moon, as viewed from Earth, appears to be fully illuminated by the sun. The full phase marks the half-way point of a single revolution of the moon around the earth.
  3. The phase of the moon when it is on the side of the earth away from the sun, with its entire face reflecting sunlight to the earth
The phase of the moon when it is waning.
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  1. The phase of the moon when it is waning.
  2. The moon in its last quarter; waning crescent
(Greek mythology) An epithet and synonym for Artemis; Phoebe Artemis, after her maternal grandmother, Phoebe (see above).
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  1. (Greek mythology) An epithet and synonym for Artemis; Phoebe Artemis, after her maternal grandmother, Phoebe (see above).
  2. A satellite of Saturn.
  3. Any of a genus (Sayornis) of tyrant flycatchers with a grayish or brown back
(Person, proper) Artemis
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  1. (Person, proper) Artemis
  2. (Poetic) The moon, personified.
  3. A female given name.
Find another word for moon. In this page you can discover 21 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for moon, like: new-moon, diana, celestial-body, orb of night, luna, satellite, heavenly-body, planet, secondary planet, planetoid and crescent.