Moony
Moony Moon"y, prop. n. A follower of the Rev. Sun Myun Moon; a member of the Unification Church; -- often considered disparaging. [Also spelled {Moonie}.] [PJC]

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  • Moony — (* 27. September 1980 in Venedig bürgerlich Monica Bragato) ist eine italienische Musikerin, die durch viele Dance Tracks ihres Debüt Albums Lifestories bekannt wurde. Darunter befinden sich die ausgekoppelten Singles Dove (I ll Be Loving You) ,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moony — Moon y, a. 1. Of or pertaining to the moon. [1913 Webster] Soft and pale as the moony beam. J. R. Drake. [1913 Webster] 2. Furnished with a moon; bearing a crescent. [1913 Webster] But soon the miscreant moony host Before the victor cross shall… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • moony — (adj.) 1580s, like the moon; 1848, dreamy, listless, from MOON (Cf. moon) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Cf. MOON (Cf. moon) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • moony — ► ADJECTIVE (moonier, mooniest) ▪ dreamy, especially through being in love …   English terms dictionary

  • moony — [mo͞on′ē] adj. moonier, mooniest 1. of or characteristic of the moon 2. like the moon, esp. in shape; round or crescent shaped 3. lighted by the moon 4. like moonlight 5. mooning; listless; dreamy …   English World dictionary

  • Moony — For the character from the Harry Potter series, see Remus Lupin. For other uses, see Moonie (disambiguation). Moony Birth name Monica Bragato Born 27 September 1980 (1980 09 27) (age 31) Italy Genres …   Wikipedia

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  • moony — 1. adjective a) Resembling the moon. b) Moonlit. 2. noun The act of mooning. She was doing a moony …   Wiktionary

  • moony — when it s a very clear night and you can see the moon very well (esp. when it s full) It was pretty moony last night, you could see your shadow! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • moony — when it s a very clear night and you can see the moon very well (esp. when it s full) It was pretty moony last night, you could see your shadow! …   Dictionary of american slang

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