[moon-rey-ker] /ˈmunˌreɪ kər/
Also called moonsail
[moon-suh l, -seyl] /ˈmun səl, -ˌseɪl/ (Show IPA). Nautical. a light square sail set above a skysail.
(nautical) a small square sail set above a skysail
in England, a name traditionally given to Wiltshire people, attested from 1787, is from the stock joke about fools who mistook the reflection of the moon in a pond for a cheese and tried to rake it out. But as told in Wiltshire, the men were surprised trying to rake up kegs of smuggled brandy, and put off the revenuers by acting foolish.
[moon-rahyz] /ˈmunˌraɪz/ noun 1. the rising of the above the horizon. 2. the time at which the rises above the horizon. /ˈmuːnˌraɪz/ noun 1. the moment when the moon appears above the horizon n. 1728, from moon (n.) + rise (n.).
[moon-rok] /ˈmunˌrɒk/ noun 1. a sample of lunar material.
[moon-roof, -roo f] /ˈmunˌruf, -ˌrʊf/ noun, plural moonroofs. 1. a transparent section of an automobile that can be propped open, removed entirely, or remain fixed within the . noun a permanent window on the roof of a vehicle Word Origin after sunroof, which can be opened
[moon-skeyp] /ˈmunˌskeɪp/ noun 1. the general appearance of the surface of the . 2. an artistic representation of it. 3. a land area that resembles the surface of the , especially in barrenness and desolation. /ˈmuːnˌskeɪp/ noun 1. the general surface of the moon or a representation of it n. 1926, from moon (n.) + […]