Native Americans named each recurring full Moon and the month it occurred in. These are Algonquin names; other names were sometimes used and/or they could be interchangeable to a degree but these are my favorites:
• January - Full Wolf Moon, named for the howling of hungry wolves in winter.
• February - Full Snow Moon, named for the extreme weather that often occurred at this time.
• March - Full Crow Moon, named for the crow calls that herald the end of winter.
• April - Full Egg Moon, named for the new life that comes with Spring.
• May - Full Flower Moon, named for May's abundant blossoms.
• June - Full Strawberry Moon, named for the short strawberry harvesting season.
• July - Full Thunder Moon, named for July's frequent storms.
• August - Full Red Moon, named for the reddish tint the sun takes on in hot, hazy weather.
• September - Full Corn Moon, named for the ripe corn.
• October - Full Harvest Moon, the time for gathering the primary staples of the Native American diet
• November - Full Frosty Moon, the time to actively prepare for winter.
• December - The Full Cold Moon, named for the long, chill nights.
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