Why, Aunt Polly, he was always so good and kind and moony
and absent-minded and chuckle-headed and lovable--why, he was just an angel!
We set it in the sun, and then shut the light out of the room, and it shone awfully out of the depths of its own brightness, with a moony
gleam, in the dark.
Leave tenantless thy crystal home, and fly, With all thy train, athwart the moony
And all night long, in the starlight pale, We sail away, with a pea-green sail, And whistle and warble a moony
song To the echoing sound of a coppery gong.
"One day I sat down and watched Bacchus seated on the hearthrug, with his moony
eyes looking into space so thoughtfully and patiently that I apologized for comparing you to him.
It was a life-like picture of their recent adventures, showing them in the cave of Polyphemus, and how they had put out his one great moony
eye; while in another part of the tapestry they were untying the leathern bags, puffed out with contrary winds; and farther on, they beheld themselves scampering away from the gigantic king of the Laestrygons, who had caught one of them by the leg.
English words that connote the word "mad" such as "lunatic" and" moony
" have Moon-based roots as well.
Jurors were told that around 1pm Goldsmith turned up at woman's home, bursting in and shouting "Taxi, taxi, get me a taxi, I think I've killed Moony
How does one describe the experience of getting up, close and personal with the moon, except getting "moony
" as they say, in popular parlance.
A Shakin' Stevens B Fats Domino C Buddy Holly D Moony
However, before you jump in with the obvious 'Moony
McMoonface', there are some pretty strict rules for the names.
Whether you call your dog Sirius, your cat Moony
, or your daughter Luna, you'll feel like you're in the wizarding world every day.