[moo-nee] /ˈmu ni/
adjective, moonier, mooniest.
dreamy, listless, or silly.
pertaining to or characteristic of the .
adjective moonier, mooniest
(informal) dreamy or listless
of or like the moon
(Brit, slang) crazy or foolish
1580s, “like the moon;” 1848, “dreamy, listless,” from moon (n.) + -y (2). Cf. moon (v.).
Behaving in a pleasantly listless and dreamy way: in a back booth at Caballero’s where Carolyn and I talked and became drunk and moony (1848+)
A member or disciple of the Unification Church
[fr the name of the leader, Sun Myung Moon]
[moo r] /mʊər/ noun 1. a tract of open, peaty, wasteland, often overgrown with heath, common in high latitudes and altitudes where drainage is poor; heath. 2. a tract of land preserved for game. [moo r] /mʊər/ verb (used with object) 1. to secure (a ship, boat, dirigible, etc.) in a particular place, as by […]
[moo r-ij] /ˈmʊər ɪdʒ/ noun 1. a place for . 2. a charge or payment for the use of moorings. 3. an act or instance of or the state of being . /ˈmʊərɪdʒ; ˈmɔːrɪdʒ/ noun 1. a place for mooring a vessel 2. a charge for mooring 3. the act of mooring
[moo r-burd] /ˈmʊərˌbɜrd/ noun 1. .
/ˈmuːrˌbʌrn; ˈmʊəˌbɜːn/ noun 1. (Scot) the practice of burning off old growth on a heather moor to encourage new growth for grazing