Plenilune

Plenilune

ˈplēnəˌlün

Noun

  • The full moon.

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Example Sentences

“We planned our camping trip to the forest during the plenilune.”

“My grandmother loves the plenilune, which she says is a time of good luck.”

“The plenilune is so bright in the sky tonight.”

Word Origin

Latin, 15th century

Why this word?

Historically, the plenilune (full moon) has been associated with good fortune and fertility. In pre-Roman history, calendars were oriented around moon cycles, and the months were tracked by the plenilune. The Julian and Gregorian calendars were and are oriented around the sun, but most modern calendars also still note the phases of the moon.

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