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EtymologyEdit

From waxing +‎ moon. Compare Middle English wexinge of the mone, þe waxyng of moone, waxinge of þe mone, wexinge of þe mone (literally (the) waxing of the moon).

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waxing moon (plural waxing moons)

  1. The moon when it appears larger each night as it progresses from a new moon to a full moon.

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