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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
moon (noun)
1.
a) often capitalized the earth's natural satellite that shines by the sun's reflected light, revolves about the earth from west to east in about 29 days with reference to the sun or about 27 days with reference to the stars, and has a diameter of 2160 miles (3475 kilometers), a mean distance from the earth of about 238,900 miles (384,400 kilometers), and a mass about one eightieth that of the earth - 1/2 1/3 usually used with the
b) one complete moon cycle consisting of four phases
c) - satellite , specifically a natural satellite of a planet
2.
an indefinite usually extended period of time - a labor of many moons
3.
- moonlight
4.
something that resembles a moon as
a) a highly translucent spot on old porcelain
b) - lunule
c) slang naked buttocks
5.
something impossible or inaccessible - reach for the moon
moon (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to spend in idle reverie - dream used with away
2.
intransitive verb
slang to expose one's naked buttocks to to spend time in idle reverie behave abstractedly
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
moon (noun)
a long or seemingly long period of time
SYNONIMS:
aeon ( eon), blue moon, coon's age, cycle, donkey's years, eternity, forever, long, months, moon
RELATED WORDS:
infinity; lifetime
NEAR ANTONYMS:
flash, instant, jiffy, minute, moment, second, shake, split second, trice, twinkle, twinkling, wink; microsecond, nanosecond
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