Etymology
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moonless (adj.)

"without a moon or moonlight," c. 1500, from moon (n.) + -less.

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moonbeam (n.)

"ray of light from the moon," 1580s, from moon (n.) + beam (n.).

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moonstruck (adj.)

"affected in mind or health by the light of the moon; lunatic, crazed," 1670s, from moon (n.) + struck (see strike (v.)). Compare Greek selenobletos. For sense, see moon (v.). Perhaps coined by Milton ("Paradise Lost").

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moonscape (n.)

"the landscape of the moon or a surface resembling it," 1926, from moon (n.) + scape (n.1).

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moonglade (n.)

"the track of moonlight on water," 1860, American English, from moon (n.) + glade (n.).

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mensal (adj.1)
"monthly," 1860, from Latin mensis "month" (see moon (n.)) + -al (1).
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moonglow (n.)

"the light or glow of the moon," 1926, from moon (n.) + glow (n.).

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moonlight (n.)

"light of the moon," c. 1300, from moon (n.) + light (n.). Similar formation in Dutch maanlicht, German Mondlicht.

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moonlit (adj.)

also moon-lit, "lighted or illuminated by the moon," 1819, from moon (n.) + lit (adj.).

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moonrace (n.)
also moon race, "national rivalry to be first to send humans to the moon," 1963, from moon (n.) + race (n.1).
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