moonrise

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moon·rise

 (mo͞on′rīz′)
n.
The event or time of the appearance of the upper circumferential edge of the moon as it rises above the horizon.

moonrise

(ˈmuːnˌraɪz)
n
(Astronomy) the moment when the moon appears above the horizon

moon•rise

(ˈmunˌraɪz)

n.
1. the rising of the moon above the horizon.
2. the time at which this happens.
[1720–30; moon + (sun) rise]
Translations
maansopgangmaansopkomst

moonrise

[ˈmuːnraɪz] Nsalida f de la luna

moonrise

[ˈmuːnˌraɪz] nil sorgere della luna
References in classic literature ?
You don't have to pay anything--all that sea and sky free--`without money and without price.' There's going to be a moonrise purty soon, too--I'm never tired of finding out what a moonrise can be over them rocks and sea and harbor.
"There's a darling moonrise behind the hills tonight, Marilla, and oh, how the frogs sang me home from Carmody!
I carefully wrapped her in my jacket, and sat down beside her to wait for the moonrise. The hill-side was quiet and deserted, but from the black of the wood there came now and then a stir of living things.
When we got back, it was after moonrise: a pony, which we knew to be the surgeon's, was standing at the garden door.
So when it was good and dark I slid out from shore before moonrise and paddled over to the Illinois bank -- about a quarter of a mile.