The moon with a circle brings water in her break.
Babies born a day after the full Moon enjoy success and endurance.
If the new moon is not visible before the fourth day, the air will be unsettled for the whole month.
-Francis Bacon, English philosopher (1561–1626)
Pointing at the moon is unlucky.
Corn planted under a waning Moon grows slower but yields larger ears.
A ring around the moon is a prediction of rain or snow to come.
It is sure to be a dry Moon if it lies on its back, so that you can hang your hat on its horns. - Welsh saying
It is lucky to see the first sliver of a new Moon “clear of the brush,” or unencumbered by foliage.
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