English version

moonbeam

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoonbeammoon‧beam /ˈmuːnbiːm/ noun [countable]  LIGHTa shining line of light from the moon
Examples from the Corpus
moonbeamBehind each star was a moonbeam, some mischievous, some sad; all of them worth looking for and recognizing.Do you cringe before a religion compounded of clouds and moonbeams?Fox red, moonbeam silver, I held the precious strands like a pilgrim sips water from a miraculous spring.She heard his soft and sensuous chuckle float on the moonbeams behind her.
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