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solunar

Syllabification: so·lu·nar
Pronunciation: /sōˈlo͞onər
 
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Definition of solunar in English:

adjective

Of or relating to the combined influence or conjunction of the sun and moon.
Example sentences
  • ‘Apparently you didn't look at the solunar tables for last night and today,’ he said.
  • I use the solunar table that's in my fishing log program and most of the time it's pretty close.
  • One tool that doesn't come via mail order or credit card swipe is the solunar tables listed in many magazines and newspaper outdoors sections.

Origin

late 18th century: blend of Sol and lunar.

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