Definition of harvest moon in English:

harvest moon

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  • The full moon that is seen nearest to the time of the autumn equinox.
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    • Rose looked excitedly out of the window at the large harvest moon.
    • The harvest moon came over the city-country of Sarconis, and the farmers brought in their harvests.
    • And before them, low in the sky, hung the harvest moon, almost close enough to touch.

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