A sonata for piano by Ludwig van Beethoven. An early commentator remarked that the tranquil first movement reminded him of moonlight on the waves.
[moon-lit] /ˈmunˌlɪt/ adjective 1. lighted by the . /ˈmuːnlɪt/ adjective 1. illuminated by the moon adj. 1830 (first attested in Tennyson), from moon (n.) + lit.
noun, Astronomy. 1. a halo phenomenon in which a vertical streak of light appears above and below the moon, believed to be caused by the reflection of moonlight by ice crystals with vertical axes.
- Moon pool
noun 1. (in the oil industry) an open shaft in the centre of the hull of a ship engaged in deep-sea drilling through which drilling takes place
[moon-prohb] /ˈmunˌproʊb/ noun 1. an information-gathering spacecraft designed to pass close by or land on the lunar surface.