lunitidal

[loo-ni-tahyd-l]
adjective
pertaining to the part of the tidal movement dependent upon the moon.

Origin:
1850–55; luni- + tidal

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lunitidal (ˌluːnɪˈtaɪdəl)
 
adj
of or relating to tidal phenomena as produced by the moon
 
[C19: from Latin lūna moon + tidal]

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lunitidal   (l'nĭ-tīd'l)  Pronunciation Key 
Relating to tidal phenomena caused by the Moon. ◇ The length of time between the transit of the Moon over the meridian at a particular location and the following high or low tide at that location is known as the lunitidal interval.
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The lunitidal intervals and duration of rise are expressed in hours and decimals.
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