1. Atlantic Moonfish : Any of several silvery marine fishes with very flat bodies.
2. Full-Moon Maple: A small, graceful maple tree, Acer palmatum, of
Korea and Japan, having small, purple flowers. Also called Japanese maple
3. Honeymoon: A short holiday taken by a man and a woman immediately after their marriage. It is believed that this custom has its origin in the Indian sub-continent among the elites. Upper-class couples would take a "bridal tour", sometimes accompanied by friends or family, to visit relatives who had not been able to attend the wedding.[
4. Mock Moon: A paraselene.
5. Moonbeam`: A ray of light from the moon.
6. Moon-blindness: A term used to describe night-blindness, also called mooneye.
7. Mooncalf: A simpleton, blockhead.
8. Moon Child: Someone born under the sign of Cancer.
9. Moon-drop: A substance which, in Roman times and later, was supposed to be shed by the Moon on herbs when an incantation was made:
10. Moon Face: Having a very round face.
11. Moonglade: The bright reflection of the moon's light on an expanse of water .
12. Mooning: A more contemporary phrase, referring to a bare, moon-like posterior being displayed to passersby.
13. Moonlighting: Different meanings in various countries. in the USA it means having a night job as well as day-time employment; in Australia it describes riding after cattle by night; in the UK it means illicit work; and in Ireland it was violence carried out at night.
14. Moon Pie: A distinctive southern snack food that consists of two round crisp cookies with marshmallow filling. Dipped in a chocolate or banana flavored coating.
15. Moonrakers: Residents of Wiltshire England were caught raking a pond in the middle of the night.
When asked what they were doing, they explained that they were trying to rake out the Moon.
The phrase has also come to mean a simpleton.
16. Moonrat: Hedgehog.
17. Moon Shell: Any of a cosmopolitan family (Naticidae) of carnivorous marine snails having smooth globose shells.
18. Moonshine: Illicit liquor, made by a "Moonshiner" in secret stills.
Babymoon is another phase like honeymoon.
It is the period of time parents spent together for bonding with a new born.
Also used to describe a “time off” taken by the couple expecting the birth of a baby.
It is also used about a trip taken by a couple before gravidity as a romantic fling before entering into parenthood.