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moony

[ moo-nee ]
/ ˈmu ni /
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adjective, moon·i·er, moon·i·est.
dreamy, listless, or silly.
pertaining to or characteristic of the moon.
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Origin of moony

First recorded in 1580–90; moon + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM moony

moon·i·ly, adverbmoon·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for moony

moony
/ (ˈmuːnɪ) /

adjective moonier or mooniest
informal dreamy or listless
of or like the moon
British slang crazy or foolish

Derived forms of moony

moonily, adverbmooniness, noun
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