Luna was struck numerous times and died in the arms of his older brother, who came running from two stoops away.
Luna, however, insists that Mexico should not shoulder all the blame for this crisis.
The figures began firing before Luna and his friends had a chance to rightly say they were not involved in any gang.
late 14c. "moon," also an alchemical name for "silver;" from Latin luna "moon, goddess of the moon," from *leuksna- (cf. Old Church Slavonic luna "moon," Old Prussian lauxnos "stars," Middle Irish luan "light, moon"), from the same source as lux, lumen "light," lucere "to shine" (see light (n.)). The luna moth (1841, American English) so called for the crescent-shaped markings on its wings. Lunarian (1708) was an early word for "inhabitant of the moon."