Names for the Full Moon

Names for the Full Moon - Cherries Turn Black September...

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12/24/11 Names for the Full Moon 1/2 ZZZ.uni.edu/morgans/astro/course/Notes/section1/fullmoons.html NaPeV fRU Whe FXOO MRRQ MRQWh Old FaUmeU'V Almanac AOgRQTXiQ/CRORQiaO EQgOiVh/MedieYaO NeR- SagaQ CheURnee LanRWa Januar\ Wolf Old Wolf Ice Cold Stong Cold, Frost in the Tepee Februar\ Snow Hunger Storm Snow Bon\ Dark Red Calves March Worm Crust Chaste Death Wind\ Snow Blind April Pink Pink Seed Awakening Flower Red Grass Appearing Ma\ Flower Flower Hare Grass Planting When Ponies Shed June Strawberr\ Rose D\an Planting Green Corn Making Fat Fatness Jul\ Buck Buck Mead Rose Ripe Corn Red Cherries, Cherries are Ripe August Sturgeon Sturgeon Corn Lightening Fruit Black Cherries,
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Unformatted text preview: Cherries Turn Black September Harvest Harvest Barle\ Harvest Nut Black Calf, Calf Grows Hair, Deer Paw the Earth Changing 12/24/11 Names for the Full Moon 2/2 ZZZ.uni.edu/morgans/astro/course/Notes/section1/fullmoons.html October Hunter's Hunter's Blood Blood Harvest Season, Dr\ing Grass, Falling Leaves November Beaver Beaver Snow Tree Trading Falling Leaves December Cold Cold Oak Long Night Snow Popping Trees, Deer Shed Their Horns For a ver\ thorough listing go to http://americanindian.net/moons.html...
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