lunation [loo-ney-shuh n]
1. the period of time from one new moon to the next (about 29½ days); a lunar month.
Origin: 1350-1400; Middle English lunacyon < Medieval Latin lūnātiōn- (stem of lūnātiō). See Luna, -ation
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