Synonyms for Moon:

n.

flag down, dig, indicate, High five, beckon, acknowledge, hand-wringing, motion, flip off. cluster, comet, the Big Dipper, asteroid, black hole, celestial object, antimatter, constellation, dark matter, cosmic dust. earth' s satellite (noun)
heavenly body, full moon, new moon, satellite, crescent, celestial body, orb of night, planetoid, old moon.
light source (noun)
klieg light, candle, star, moonbeam, arc lamp, pilot light, flare, oil lamp, incandescent light, table lamp, headlight, torch, light, desk light, Tungsten lamp, street lamp, Illuminator, spotlight, floodlight, lamp, neon light, beacon, flame, taper, sun, floor lamp, light bulb, fire, flashlight, jack-o'-lantern, searchlight, mercury-vapor lamp, lantern, fluorescent light.
moon (noun)
moon around, moonlight, daydream, moonshine, moon on, synodic month, lunar month, lunation.
satellite (noun)
heavenly body, asteroid, orb of night, new moon, halfmoon, luna, crescent, planetoid, old moon, satellite, secondary planet, dry moon, moon goddess, diana, full moon, wet moon, cynthia, phoebe, celestial body, planet.
subsidiary (noun)
satellite.

v.

dream about; desire (verb)
daydream.
social (verb)
daydream.

Other synonyms:

flag down, dig, indicate, High five, crescent, beckon, hand-wringing, satellite, flip off. acknowledge.

Usage examples for moon

  1. I do not want to be the moon – Laos Folk-Lore of Farther India by Katherine Neville Fleeson
  2. For a full minute he held her away from himself, trying by the light of the moon to see the look in her eyes. – Banked Fires by E. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi
  3. He might as well have asked for the moon – Dorothy on a Ranch by Evelyn Raymond