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Luna may refer to:

  • Luna (moon), Earth's only natural satellite
  • Luna (goddess) or Selene, the goddess of the moon in Greek and Roman mythology
  • Luna (given name), a common given name

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Places

Europe
United States and Canada
Philippines
India

Fiction

  • Luna (TV series), a 1983-84 UK children's TV show
  • Luna (novel), a 2004 novel by Julie Anne Peters
  • Luna (1979 novel), a 1979 novel by Delacorta
  • Luna (1995 film), a Spanish film by Alejandro Amenábar
Characters
Other

Music

Other

  • LUNA, a computer product line of OMRON Tateishi Electric
  • Luna (Redwood Tree), a California Redwood tree
  • Luna (theme), the codename for the default theme of Windows XP
  • Luna (vehicle), a moped produced in India
  • Luna (XM), XM Radio channel 95
  • Luna (Orca), an Orca who lived in Nootka Sound between 2001 and 2006
  • Luna moth or Actias luna, a lime-green North American silk moth
  • Luna programme, a series of Soviet unmanned space missions
  • Luna Publications, a literary publishing company in Toronto, Canada
  • KLNN or Luna radio, a U.S. FM radio station
  • RTV Luna, a television and radio company in Montenegro
  • Radio Luna, a radio station in Montenegro
  • FROG-7 or Luna, a Soviet artillery rocket
  • Luna, a small vessel which holds the Host in a monstrance

People with the name

  • Alejandro Luna (born 1939), Mexican scenic designer and lighting technician
  • Álvaro de Luna (c. 1389-1453), Spanish politician
  • Antonio Luna (1866-1899), Filipino general who fought in the Philippine-American War and the founder of the Philippines' first military academy
  • Cardozo M. Luna, current Philippine Ambassador to Netherlands and former vice chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
  • Diego Luna, Mexican actor
  • Jeff de Luna (born 1984), Filipino pool player
  • Julio César Luña (born 1973), Venezuelan weightlifter
  • Pedro de Luna (1328-1423), Avignon Pope Benedict XIII
  • Francisco Luna Kan (born 1925), Mexican politician
  • Juan Luna (1857–1899), Filipino painter in the late 19th century
  • Kat DeLuna (born 1987), American singer of Dominican decent
  • Marisol Deluna (born 1967), American fashion designer
  • Luna Celeste (born 1963), American voice actress
  • Luna Leopold (1915-2006), American scientist
  • Luna Vachon (born 1962), Canadian professional wrestler
  • Juan Luna (1857-1899), Filipino painter and artist
  • Héctor Luna (born 1980), Dominican baseball player
  • Jonathan Luna (1965-2003), U.S. Federal prosecutor

Fictional

See also


Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

See also Luna, lună, lunã, and łúna

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Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lu‧na

Adjective

luna (plural lunaj, accusative singular lunan, accusative plural lunajn)

  1. (astronomy) lunar

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Italian

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Etymology

From Latin lūna.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [ˈluː.na], /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lù‧na
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Noun

luna f. (plural lune)

  1. moon

Related terms

Anagrams

  • Anagrams of alnu
  • ulna

Latin

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Wikipedia la

lūna (the Moon)

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *leuksnā. Cognates include Ancient Greek λύχνος (lukhnos), Old Church Slavonic лѹна (luna), and Middle Irish luan.

Pronunciation

Noun

lūna (genitive lūnae); f, first declension

  1. the Moon
  2. (figuratively) a month
  3. (figuratively) a night
  4. a crescent shape

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
nominative lūna lūnae
genitive lūnae lūnārum
dative lūnae lūnīs
accusative lūnam lūnās
ablative lūnā lūnīs
vocative lūna lūnae

Derived terms

  • interlūnis
  • interlūnium
  • Lūna

Descendants

See also

  • noctilūca

Occitan

Etymology

From Latin lūna.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [ˈlyno]

Noun

luna f. (plural lunas)

  1. moon

Sicilian

Etymology

From Latin lūna.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈluna/
  • Hyphenation: lù‧na

Noun

Singular
luna f

Plural
luni

luna f (plural luni)

  1. moon

Derived terms

  • luniddì
  • lunariari

Slovene

Noun

luna f. (dual luni, plural lune)

  1. moon

Declension



Spanish

Etymology

From Latin lūna.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [ˈlu.na]

Noun

luna f. (plural lunas)

Singular
luna f.

Plural
lunas f.

  1. moon

Derived terms


Simple English

Simple English Wiktionary has the word meaning for:

Luna may refer to:

  • The Moon, Earth's only natural satellite, known as "Luna" in Latin (Latin: lūna) and other languages
  • Selene, the goddess of the moon in Greek and Roman mythology
  • Luna (given name), a common given name
  • Luna is the name of earth's moon in the famous "Star Trek" series.


Citable sentences

Up to date as of December 07, 2010

Here are sentences from other pages on Moon, which are similar to those in the above article.








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