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European settlers followed their own customs and created some of their own names. In the book "This Day in North American Indian History" (Da Capo Press, 2002), author Phil Konstantin lists more than 50 native peoples and their names for full moons. Amateur astronomer Keith Cooley has a brief list of the moon names of other cultures, including Chinese and Celtic, on his website.
For example, Chinese moon names: Full moon names often correspond to seasonal markers, so a Harvest Moon occurs at the end of the growing season, in September or October, and the Cold Moon occurs in frosty December.
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lists several names that are commonly used in the United States.
There are some variations in the moon names, but in general, the same ones were used among the Algonquin tribes from New England on west to Lake Superior.
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According to Earthsky.org, these are common names for full moons south of the equator.
January: Hay Moon, Buck Moon, Thunder Moon, Mead Moon February (mid-summer): Grain Moon, Sturgeon Moon, Red Moon, Wyrt Moon, Corn Moon, Dog Moon, Barley Moon March: Harvest Moon, Corn Moon April: Harvest Moon, Hunter’s Moon, Blood Moon May: Hunter’s Moon, Beaver Moon, Frost Moon June: Oak Moon, Cold Moon, Long Night’s Moon July: Wolf Moon, Old Moon, Ice Moon August: Snow Moon, Storm Moon, Hunger Moon, Wolf Moon September: Worm Moon, Lenten Moon, Crow Moon, Sugar Moon, Chaste Moon, Sap Moon October: Egg Moon, Fish Moon, Seed Moon, Pink Moon, Waking Moon November: Corn Moon, Milk Moon, Flower Moon, Hare Moon December: Strawberry Moon, Honey Moon, Rose Moon The moon is a sphere that travels once around Earth every 27.3 days.