Moan

Moan (mōn) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Moaned (mōnd); present participle & verbal noun Moaning .] [ Anglo-Saxon mǣnan to moan, also, to mean; but in the latter sense perhaps a different word....
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Moan

Moan transitive verb 1. To bewail audibly; to lament. « Ye floods, ye woods, ye echoes, moan My dear Columbo, dead and gone.» Prior. 2. To afflict; to distress. [ Obsolete] « Which infinitely moans me.» Beau. & Fl.
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Moan

Moan noun [ Middle English mone . See Moan , intransitive verb ] 1. A low prolonged sound, articulate or not, indicative of pain or of grief; a low groan. « Sullen moans , hollow groans.» Pope. 2. A low mournful or mur...
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Moan

• (v. t.) To bewail audibly; to lament. • (v. i.) A low mournful or murmuring sound; -- of things. • (v. i.) To emit a sound like moan; -- said of things inanimate; as, the wind moans. • (v. t.) To afflict; to distress. • (v. i.) To make a low prolonged sound of grief or pain, whether articulate or not; to groan softly and ...
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