The full Moon enters the shadow of Earth, which cuts off all or part of the Moon’s light. Total: The Moon passes completely through the umbra (central dark part) of Earth’s shadow. Partial: Only part of the Moon passes through the umbra. Penumbral: The Moon passes through only the penumbra (area of partial darkness surrounding the umbra).
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Fear of lightning/thunder
Fear of wind
Earth enters the shadow of the new Moon, which cuts off all or part of the Sun’s light. Total: Earth passes through the umbra (central dark part) of the Moon’s shadow, resulting in totality for observers within a narrow band on Earth. Annular: The Moon appears silhouetted against the Sun, with a ring of sunlight showing around it. Partial: The Moon blocks only part of the Sun.
A fore tooth of a horse. The nippers are four in number.
The name Florida comes from a Spanish phrase meaning "Feast of Flowers."
The state of Iowa may have received its name from a Native American word meaning "beautiful land."
The fear of Friday the 13th.