[loo-ni-soh-ler] /ˌlu nɪˈsoʊ lər/
pertaining to or based upon the relations or joint action of the moon and the sun.
resulting from, relating to, or based on the combined gravitational attraction of the sun and moon
Relating to or caused by both the Sun and the Moon. Lunisolar gravitational attraction is the principle force influencing the Earth’s tides and the cause of the Earth’s orbital precession.
noun, Astronomy. 1. the principal component of the precession of the equinoxes, produced by the gravitational attraction of the sun and the moon on the equatorial bulge of the earth.
[loo-ni-tahyd-l] /ˌlu nɪˈtaɪd l/ adjective 1. pertaining to the part of the movement dependent upon the moon. /ˌluːnɪˈtaɪdəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to tidal phenomena as produced by the moon lunitidal (l’nĭ-tīd’l) Relating to tidal phenomena caused by the Moon. ◇ The length of time between the transit of the Moon over the meridian […]
noun 1. the period of time between the moon’s transit and the next high lunar tide. noun 1. the difference in time between the moon crossing a meridian and the following high tide at that meridian
[luhngk-hed] /ˈlʌŋkˌhɛd/ noun, Slang. 1. a dull or stupid person; blockhead. /lʌŋk/ noun 1. an awkward, heavy, or stupid person n. “slow-witted person,” 1867, American English colloquial, shortened from lunkhead (1852), possibly an altered form of lump (n.) + head (n.) modifier : four books about a lunk hero Carlo Reinhart noun A stupid person; […]