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interlunar

adjective in·ter·lu·nar \ˌin-tər-ˈlü-nər\

Definition of INTERLUNAR

:  relating to the interval between old and new moon when the moon is invisible

Variants of INTERLUNAR

in·ter·lu·nar also in·ter·lu·na·ry \-nə-rē\

Origin of INTERLUNAR

probably from Middle French interlunaire, from Latin interlunium interlunar period, from inter- + luna moon — more at lunar
First Known Use: 1598

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