Etymology
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moony (adj.)

1580s, "like the moon;" 1848, "dreamy, listless, bewildered," from moon (n.) + -y (2). Also see moon (v.).

updated on February 20, 2019

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Definitions of moony from WordNet

moony (adj.)
dreamy in mood or nature;
Synonyms: dreamy / woolgathering
moony (adj.)
lighted by moonlight;
Synonyms: moonlit
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