**Moon**(usually fem., f. i.

**Sonn. 107, 5**.

**Tp. II, 1, 183**.

**II, 2, 143**.

**V, 271**.

**LLL V, 2, 214**.

**Mids. I, 1, 4**.

**II, 1, 103**.

**III, 1, 203**.

**III, 2, 53**.

**Rom. II, 2, 109**.

**Mcb. II, 1, 2**.

**Oth. V, 2, 109**. Neuter in

**Mids. III, 1, 56**. Seemingly masc. in

**Mids. V, 255**, but here the person is meant that represents the moon); 1) the satellite which revolves round the earth:

**Ven. 492**.

**Lucr. 371**.

**Lucr. 371**

**Sonn. 21, 6**.

**LLL IV, 2, 39**.

**IV, 3, 30**.

**IV, 3, 30**

**V, 2, 203**.

**V, 2, 203**

**Mids. I, 1, 9**.

**III, 1, 52**.

**III, 1, 52**

**IV, 1, 103**.

**Merch. V, 1**.

**Shr. IV, 5, 2**sq.

**Mcb. II, 1, 2**.

**Ant. IV, 9, 7**etc. Plur. “--s:”

**John IV, 2, 182**.

**R2 I, 3, 220**.

**Lr. IV, 6, 70**. “the full m.”

**H4B IV, 3, 57**.

**Lr. IV, 6, 70**. “the m. at full,”

**LLL V, 2, 214**. “changing:”

**LLL V, 2, 212**.

**Mids. V, 255**.

**Shr. IV, 5, 20**.

**Rom. II, 2, 110**. “waning,”

**Mids. I, 1, 4**.

**a new m.**and “another m.”

**Mids. I, 1, 4**

**Mids. I, 1, 4**Hence image of change and inconstancy:

**Meas. III, 1, 25**.

**LLL V, 2, 212**.

**Rom. II, 2, 109**.

**Lr. V, 3, 19**.

**Oth. III, 3, 178**.

**Ant. V, 2, 240**. “'tis not that time of m. with me to make one in so skipping a dialogue,”

**Tw. I, 5, 213**(== I am not in that humour). Moving in a sphere:

**Tp. II, 1, 183**.

**Mids. II, 1, 7**. Having eclipses:

**Sonn. 107, 5**.

**Mcb. IV, 1, 28**.

**Lr. I, 2, 112**.

**Oth. V, 2, 100**.

**Ant. III, 13, 153**. Governing the sea and causing ebb and flow:

**Tp. V, 270**.

**Mids. II, 1, 103**.

**Wint. I, 2, 427**.

**H4A I, 2, 32**.

**H4A I, 2, 32**

**Lr. V, 3, 19**. “as true as plantage to the m.”

**Troil. III, 2, 184**. Causing melancholy, and even madness: “O sovereign mistress of true melancholy,”

**Ant. IV, 9, 12**. “she comes more nearer earth and makes men mad,”

**Oth. V, 2, 109**. Conjured:

**Lr. II, 1, 41**. Of a watery nature:

**Mids. II, 1, 162**.

**III, 1, 203**.

**R3 II, 2, 69**.

**Rom. I, 4, 62**. Peculiar theory: “the sea's a thief, whose liquid surge resolves the m. into salt tears,”

**Tim. IV, 3, 443**. Behowled by wolves:

**Mids. V, 379**.

**As V, 2, 119**. Having horns:

**Mids. V, 243**.

**Mcb. III, 5, 23**.

**Cor. I, 1, 217**.

**Ant. IV, 12, 45**. The man in the m.:

**Tp. II, 1, 249**.

**II, 2, 142**.

**II, 2, 142**

**LLL V, 2, 215**.

**Mids. V, 249**.

**Mids. V, 249**

**Mids. V, 249**With a dog and a bush:

**Tp. II, 2, 144**.

**To go by the m.**== to be a night-walker:

**H4A I, 2, 15**; cf. “the --'s men,”

**H4A I, 2, 15**

**Below,**or

**beneath,**or

**under the m.**== on the earth, earthly: “his thinkings are below the m.”

**H8 III, 2, 134**. “all simples that have virtue under the m.”

**Hml. IV, 7, 146**. “for all beneath the m.”

**Lr. IV, 6, 26**. “there is nothing left remarkable beneath the visiting m.”

**Ant. IV, 15, 68**. Used to express the idea of extreme height: “the ship boring the m. with her main-mast,”

**Wint. III, 3, 93**. “York that reaches at the m.”

**H6B III, 1, 158**. “scarred the m. with splinters,”

**Cor. IV, 5, 115**. “you are smelt above the m.”

**V, 1, 32**. “I aim a mile beyond the m.”

**Tit. IV, 3, 65**. “I had rather be a dog and bay the m.”

**Caes. IV, 3, 27**. “M. and stars!”

**Ant. III, 13, 95**.

2) a month: “each minute seems a m.”

**Pilgr. 207**. “thirty dozen --s with borrowed sheen about the world have times twelve thirties been,”

**Hml. III, 2, 167**. “till now some nine --s wasted,”

**Oth. I, 3, 84**. “not many --s gone by,”

**Ant. III, 12, 6**. “one twelve --s more she'll wear Diana's livery,”

**Per. II, 5, 10**. “in twice six --s,”

**III Prol. 31**.

3) Dian: “the m. sleeps with Endymion,”

**Merch. V, 109**. “bemock the modest m.”

**Cor. I, 1, 261**. “the m., were she earthly, no nobler,”

**II, 1, 108**. “the noble sister of Publicola, the m. of Rome,”

**V, 3, 65**.

**arise, fair sun, and kill the envious m., who is already sick and pale with grief that thou**(Juliet) “her maid art far more fair than she,”

**Rom. II, 2, 4**. Hence the moon cold and chaste:

**Mids. I, 1, 73**.

**II, 1, 156**.

**II, 1, 156**And sister of Phoebus:

**Mids. III, 2, 53**.