Synonyms of moon in English:

moon


See definition of moon

noun

1

SYNONYMS

satellite


verb

1‘stop mooning about and get on with some work’

SYNONYMS

waste time, fiddle, loaf, idle, mope, drift, stooge around

British informal mooch

North American informal lollygag, bat

2‘he's mooning over her photograph as if he was a schoolboy’

SYNONYMS

mope, pine, languish, brood, daydream, fantasize, be in a reverie, be in a brown study


Phrases

    many moons ago

      SYNONYMS

      a long time ago, ages ago, years ago

      British

      donkey's years ago, yonks ago

      South African

      before the rinderpest

    once in a blue moon

      SYNONYMS

      hardly ever, almost never, scarcely ever, rarely, very seldom

    over the moon

      ‘Eve was over the moon when I broke the news’

      SYNONYMS

      ecstatic, euphoric, thrilled, overjoyed, elated, delighted, on cloud nine, on cloud seven, treading on air, walking on air, in seventh heaven, jubilant, rapturous, beside oneself with joy, jumping for joy, exultant, transported, delirious, enraptured, blissful, in raptures, as pleased as Punch, cock-a-hoop, as happy as a sandboy, as happy as Larry, like a child with a new toy

      on top of the world, on a high, tickled pink

      Northern English

      made up

      North American

      as happy as a clam

      Australian

      wrapped