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See also Luna, lună, lunã, and łúna

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Luna f.

  1. moon

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  • IPA: /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lu‧na

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Luna (plural Lunaj, accusative singular Lunan, accusative plural Lunajn)

  1. (astronomy) lunar

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Italian Wikipedia has an article on:
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From Latin lūna.

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  • IPA: [ˈluː.na], /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lù‧na
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luna f. (plural lune)

  1. moon

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Latin Wikipedia has an article on:
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From Proto-Indo-European *leuksnā. Cognates include Ancient Greek λύχνος (lukhnos), Old Church Slavonic Patrono:Cyrs (luna), and Middle Irish [[luan#Patrono:Mga|luan]].

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lūna (genitive lūnae); f, first declension

  1. the Moon
  2. (figuratively) a month
  3. (figuratively) a night
  4. a crescent shape

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Number Singular Plural
nominative lūna lūnae
genitive lūnae lūnārum
dative lūnae lūnīs
accusative lūnam lūnās
ablative lūnā lūnīs
vocative lūna lūnae

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From Latin lūna.

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  • IPA: [ˈlyno]

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Luna f. (plural Lunas)

  1. moon

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From Latin lūna.

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  • [[w:Patrono:Scn phonology|IPA]]: /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lù‧na

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