moony

adjective
\ˈmü-nē \

Definition of moony 

1 : of or relating to the moon

2a : crescent-shaped

b : resembling the full moon : round

3 : moonlit

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Yet, Bronson still stood out, with his alternately creepy and moony portrayal of a man biding his time dating Wood’s mother while vying for the younger woman’s attention. Carla Meyer, San Francisco Chronicle, "Charles Bronson, man of dimensions: Much more to him than ‘Death Wish’," 28 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of moony

circa 1586, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of moony was circa 1586

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moony

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of moony

: full of romantic feelings

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