English to Lithuanian Meaning of moon - mėnulis

Moon :

mėnulis, bjaurus žmogus, gražus žmogus, šlovingą žmogus, palydovas, planeta, asteroidas, šaltinis bėdą, kamuolys, prenumerata, įnašas, matlankis, rinkliava, kolekcija, menininkas, estrados artistas, Šiva, paukštis, karvelis, balandis, plaustas, plūdė, mėnuo

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Definitions of moon in English
Noun(1) the natural satellite of the Earth(2) any object resembling a moon(3) the period between successive new moons (29.531 days(4) the light of the Moon(5) United States religious leader (born in Korea, born in 1920(6) any natural satellite of a planet
Verb(1) have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake(2) be idle in a listless or dreamy way(3) expose one's buttocks to
Examples of moon in English
(1) The night was freezing cold, and the full moon was shining through the window.(2) I look out over the docks again and watch the bright moon in the sky.(3) The 15th day of the eighth month, when the moon is round and clear, is the middle of autumn.(4) Politicians and lovers are both inclined to offer you the moon , but both might eventually do nothing more than use you and leave you for scrap.(5) If you calculate back a billion and a half years ago, the moon would have been in direct contact with the earth.(6) The nation is remembering the moment a human being first set foot on the moon 35 years ago.(7) They want someone who can give you the moon if you desired it, it's what I want for you, what you deserve.(8) Finally, the moon has been judged to be the cause of madness, the term ÔÇÿlunacyÔÇÖ deriving from the Latin luna, meaning moon .(9) Eclipses of the sun and the moon occur every six months.(10) He looked to the sky, seeing a pale full moon visible behind a patch of clouds.(11) the first man on the moon(12) I wouldn't lay down on that thing even if you promised me the moon .(13) Who could cry when Noah and Todd managed to moon the entire crowd when they went up to receive their diplomas?(14) At the top of the page was a sketch of the phases the moon went through each month.(15) there was no moon, but a sky sparkling with brilliant stars(16) Regulars will recall that many a moon ago we had a cryptic clue competition which was won by a gentleman caller called Keir.
Related Phrases of moon
(1) new moon ::
(2) full moon ::
(3) the moon ::
(4) once in a blue moon ::
labai retai
(5) over the moon ::
kaip septintame danguje
(6) cry for the moon ::
prašyti negalimo dalyko
(7) moon cake ::
menulio tortas
(8) moon walk ::
mėnulis pėsčiomis
(9) shoot the moon ::
šaudyti mėnulį
1. satellite ::
2. moonshine ::
3. lunation ::
4. waste time ::
švaistyti laiką
5. mope ::
6. daydream ::
7. moon around ::
mėnulis aplink
Different Forms
moon, mooned, mooning, moonless, moons
Word Example from TV Shows
We are Footprints
on the Moon.

We are Footprints on the Moon.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 13

New moon tonight.

New MOON tonight.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5

They would have thrown you through
the Moon Door if they found you guilty.

They would have thrown you through the Moon Door if they found you guilty.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8

Moon is no egg.

Moon is no egg.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 2

now... on this moon.

now... on this MOON.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 12

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