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The word lunula means little moon and commonly refers to:
- Lunula (amulet), a Roman amulet worn by girls, the equivalent of the bulla worn by boys
- Lunula (anatomy), the pale half-moon shape at the base of a fingernail
- Two round brackets and the text between them
- Gold lunula, a specific kind of archaeological solid collar or necklace from the Bronze Age or later
- The openings in the test of a sand dollar
- Calophasia lunula, a species of moth
- Chaetodon lunula, a species of butterflyfish
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