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Names of the cherokee moons

Names of the cherokee moons. Cherokee months in the cherokee language, and an explanation of the meaning of each month:

January - Month of the Cold Moon - du no lv ta ni

February - Month of the Bony Moon - ka ga li

March - Month of the Windy Moon - a nu yi

April - Month of the Flower Moon - ka wa ni

May - Month of the Planting Moon - a na a gv ti

June - Month of the Green Corn Moon - de ha lu yi

July - Month of the Ripe Corn Moon - gu ye quo ni

August - Month of the end of the Fruit Moon - ga lo nii

September - Month of the Nut Moon - du li i s di

October - Month of the Harvest Moon - du ni nv di

November - Month of the Trading Moon - nu da de qua

December - Month of the Snow Moon - v s gi ga

See events related to the Cherokee moons. Or see the Cherokee Alphabet page for a pronunciation key. Look about half way down the page below the Cherokee Syllabary.

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