hunter's moon

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hunt·er's moon

(hŭn′tərz)
n.
The first full moon following the harvest moon.
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hunter's moon

n
(Astronomy) the full moon following the harvest moon
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Hunter's Moons are so special because they're full moons which appear very soon after sunset.
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The Hunter's Moon looks orange or red as it rises but goes back to the normal colour when it's high in the sky.