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(Mooned) a. Of or resembling the moon; symbolized by the moon. "Sharpening in mooned
horns." "Mooned Ashtaroth." Milton.
(Moon"er) n. One who abstractedly wanders or gazes about, as if moonstruck. [R.] Dickens.
(Moon"er*y) n. Conduct of one who moons. [R.]
(Moon"et) n. A little moon. [R.] Bp. Hall.
1. A eye affected by the moon; also, a disease in the eye of a horse.
2. (Zoöl.) (a) Any species of American fresh-water fishes of the genus Hyodon, esp. H. tergisus of
the Great Lakes and adjacent waters. (b) The cisco.
(Moon"-eyed`) a. Having eyes affected by the moon; moonblind; dim-eyed; purblind.
(Moon"-faced`) a. Having a round, full face.
(Moon"fish`) n. (Zoöl.) (a) An American marine fish (Vomer setipennis); called also bluntnosed
shiner, horsefish, and sunfish. (b) A broad, thin, silvery marine fish (Selene vomer); called also
lookdown, and silver moonfish. (c) The mola. See Sunfish, 1.
(Moon"flow`er) n. (Bot.) (a) The oxeye daisy; called also moon daisy. (b) A kind of
morning glory (Ipoma Bona-nox) with large white flowers opening at night.
(Moong) n. (Bot.) Same as Mung.
(Moon"glade`) n. The bright reflection of the moon's light on an expanse of water. [Poetic]
(Moo"nie) n. (Zoöl.) The European goldcrest.
(Moon"ish) a. Like the moon; variable.
Being but a moonish youth.Shak.
(Moon"less), a. Being without a moon or moonlight.
(Moon`light`) n. The light of the moon. a. Occurring during or by moonlight; characterized
(Moon"ling) n. A simpleton; a lunatic. [Obs.]
(Moon"lit`) a. Illumined by the moon. "The moonlit sea." Moore. "Moonlit dells." Lowell.
(Moon"rak`er) n. (Naut.) Same as Moonsail.
(Moon"rise`) n. The rising of the moon above the horizon; also, the time of its rising.
(Moon"sail`) n. (Naut.) A sail sometimes carried in light winds, above a skysail. R. H. Dana,
(Moon"seed`) n. (Bot.) A climbing plant of the genus Menispermum; so called from the
crescentlike form of the seeds.
(Moon"set`) n. The descent of the moon below the horizon; also, the time when the moon sets.