[ moon-chahyld ]
/ ˈmunˌtʃaɪld /
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noun, plural moon·chil·dren.
a person born under the zodiacal sign of Cancer.
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How to use moonchild in a sentence
She is beautiful, a Moon-child the common people called her, and wise, and she does not know the face of fear.
And the moon-child must keep her face turned always to the earth, so that the earth never sees her back.The Children's Book of Stars|G.E. Mitton
So shall the Moon-child's flame flood all this land of Khem.
British Dictionary definitions for moonchild
a euphemistic name for Cancer (def. 2b)
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