Origin of lune1
Words nearby lune
Other definitions for lune (2 of 2)
Origin of lune2
How to use lune in a sentence
Very little of that unctuous spasmodic shouting, which used to characterise Wesleyanism, is heard in Lune-street Chapel.
A great work in the business of spreading Wesleyan Methodism has been done by the people and parsons of Lune-street chapel.
About a mile below Middleton the river Lune ripples sunnily down into the Tees.
The word Lune was anciently written Lone, and the hundred is still named Lonsdale.Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick
Apud quosdam debet omni die Lune per anni spatium operari domino suo, et tribus diebus unaquaque septimana in Augusto.The English Village Community|Frederic Seebohm
British Dictionary definitions for lune (1 of 2)
- a section of the surface of a sphere enclosed between two semicircles that intersect at opposite points on the sphere
- a crescent-shaped figure formed on a plane surface by the intersection of the arcs of two circles