**Lune** or **Luna** is a poetic name for Earth's Moon. Lune is French for Moon. Luna is Latin (and also Spanish/Italian/Russian) for Moon.

It may also refer to:

- Rivers:
- River Lune in Lancashire and Cumbria, England
- River Lune (Durham) in England
- Lune (river) a 43 km long tributary of the Weser in Germany

- Place names:
- Lune Forest in Cumbria, UK

- Mathematics:
- Lune (mathematics)
- Lune of Hippocrates, in geometry a plane region bounded by arcs of circles and amenable to quadrature

- Literature:
- Lune (poetry), a fixed-form variant of haiku in English

- Sport:
- In real tennis, a point scoring opening in a
*jeu quarré*court

- In real tennis, a point scoring opening in a

- Fictional places and characters:
- Lhûn or River Lune in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium
- Gulf of Lune, where the latter flowed
- King Lune a fictional character in
*The Horse and His Boy*in*The Chronicles of Narnia* - Balron Lune a fictional character in
*Saint Seiya* - Misha Arsellec Lune, a fictional character from
*Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia*

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... In geometry, the

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**lune**is either of two figures, both shaped roughly like a crescent Moon ... The word "

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