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lunary

noun lu·na·ry \ ˈlünərē , -ri \

Definition of lunary

plural -es
1 : honesty 3
2 : a moonwort (Botrychium lunaria)

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Origin and Etymology of lunary

Middle English lunarie, a plant, from Late Latin lunaria henbane


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lunary

adjective \ " \

Definition of lunary

: lunar 1a
  • drawn up the spectre of a planet from the limbo of lunary souls
  • —E. A. Poe

Origin and Etymology of lunary

modification (influenced by English -ary) of Spanish lunar or Latin lunaris; Spanish lunar from Latin lunaris


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