Lunar tables

(Astron.) Tables of the moon's motions, arranged for computing the moon's true place at any time past or future.
(Navigation) Tables for correcting an observed lunar distance on account of refraction and parallax.

See also: Lunar, Lunar

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Each of these texts has its own narrative, into which lunar tables have been incorporated.
Maimonides also went to great lengths to document lunar tables and the like," he said.
A lot of hunters study lunar tables, and biologists tell us that the real kicker is the photoperiod--the length of daylight.