lunes

plural noun
\ˈlünz \

Definition of lunes 

: fits of lunacy

First Known Use of lunes

1601, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for lunes

French, plural of lune crazy whim, from Middle French, moon, crazy whim, from Latin luna

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