Moonshine

Meaning : A Ray Of Moonlight, Or Smuggled Liquor., A ray of moonlight, or smuggled liquor.,

Origin : American,

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Moonshine Expression, Moonshine Soul Urge, Moonshine Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Moonshine:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

additional

Additional information Moonshine:

additionalShakespearean Meaning: The name Moonshine is a Shakespearean baby name. In Shakespearean the meaning of the name Moonshine is: A Midsummer Night's Dream' Starveling, a tailor, acts as Moonshine in the play within the play.

urban

Definition funny of Moonshine:

urbanMoonshine is illegally distilled homemade whisky, usually with a very high alcohol content. It got its name because it was normally distilled at night "by the light of the moon." Most moonshine is distilled in West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia.

urbanThe only reason that moonshine is illegal is because there anyone who distills spirits in the U.S. has to pay a federal tax. Moonshiners don't pay the tax. Local police usually ignore moonshiners because "they ain't hurtin' anyone."

urbanGeneral term for homemade, unaged (and therefore colorless) drinking alcohol. The term came into use during the Prohibition era in the United States when stills (homemade distilleries) throughout the southeast made liquor from corn, potatoes, sugar and other available ingredients, in direct defiance of the law, in order to meet the never-diminished demand. Moonshine (see also "white lightning") as a term refers to the alcohol's clear, colorless potency.

urbanMoonshine ain't nothin' but sunshine that's been cooked down a little bit, Deputy.

urbanA homemade whiskey that is not aged and therefore is clear. Moonshine, despite popular belief, did not originate during Prohibition. After the Revolutionary War, whiskey was among the items taxed highly to pay for the war. For this reason, poor farmers built stills in the wilderness, usually in the Appalachians, and distilled whiskey at night. Hence the name "moonshine." Also contrary to what some may believe, moonshine itself does not cause blindness, brain damage, or any medical problems aside from those that all alcohol does. Poorly made moonshine distilled by amateurs during Prohibition was the cause of this. Many people intended to make easy money and so added things like embalming fluid to their whiskey. Moonshine is currently illegal in the United States because of taxes. It also has an extremely high alcohol content, usually in the range of 160 proof.

urbanMy grandpa and I went up to the still last night to start a batch of moonshine.

urbanA homemade drink high in alcohol. Also less commonly known as boomshine

expression

Expression information Moonshine:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be orderly and dedicated to building their lives on a solid foundation of order and service. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. Their practical nature makes them good at managing and saving money, and at building things in the material world. Because of their focus on order and practicality, they may seem overly cautious and conservative at times.

soul

Soul information Moonshine:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to lead, organize, supervise, and to achieve status, power and wealth.

songs

Songs about Moonshine:

songsMoonshine by Bruno Mars from the Album Unorthodox Jukebox [Explicit]

songsMoonshine in the Trunk by Brad Paisley from the Album Moonshine in the Trunk

songsMississippi Moonshine by Saving Abel from the Album Miss America

songsMe and My Boys (feat. JB and The Moonshine Band) by The Lacs from the Album Country Boy's Paradise

songsToo Easy (feat. Moonshine Bandits & Daniel Lee) by Mud Digger from the Album Mud Digger 5

songsMoonshine On Me (Feat. Danny Boone Of Rehab) [Explicit] by Moonshine Bandits from the Album Whiskey And Women [Explicit]

songsMoonshine Lips by Kaleb Hensley from the Album 100 Proof

books

Books about Moonshine:

booksThe Joy of Home Distilling: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Own Vodka, Whiskey, Rum, Brandy, Moonshine, and... by Rick Morris (Oct 21, 2014)

booksMoonshine Bloodline by Anne Richardson (Jan 23, 2014)

booksThe Moonshine War: A Novel by Elmore Leonard (Aug 21, 2012)

booksMoonshine 101: A Beginners Guide to the Art of Moonshine by Nicholas Moore (Feb 6, 2013)

booksMoonshine Man (The McDonough Boys Book 2) by Casey Allende (Sep 23, 2014)

booksMoonshine Corner, Keys to Rocky Mount by Ibby Greer (Aug 28, 2014)

booksMoonshine!: Recipes * Tall Tales * Drinking Songs * Historical Stuff * Knee-Slappers * How to Make It * How to... by Matthew Rowley (May 1, 2007)

movies

Movies about Moonshine:

moviesJustified: Season 2 2011 NR - Runtime: 9 hrs 7 mins Starring: Timothy Olyphant and Nick Searcy

moviesMoonshine. 2007 NR - Runtime: 22 mins Directed by: Kelly L. Riley

moviesMoonshine 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins Starring: Sarah Ingraham and Gareth Duvall Directed by: Roger Ingraham

moviesThe Moonshine Wars 1970 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Patrick Mcgoohan and Richard Widmark Directed by: Richard Quine

moviesMoonshine and the Dixie Mafia 2014 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs 8 mins Starring: Various Directed by: Various

moviesMoonshine Mountain 2009 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins Directed by: Sinister Cinema

moviesKentucky Moonshine 1938 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 25 mins Starring: Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Al Ritz, et al. Directed by: David Butler

wiki

Wiki information Moonshine:

Moonshine
Beverage, Food, Literature Subject, Ingredient, Distilled spirit type, TV subject

Moonshine, white lightning, mountain dew, hooch, and white whiskey are terms used to describe high-proof distilled spirits, generally produced illicitly. Moonshine is typically made with corn mash as the main ingredient. The word "moonshine" is...

Monstrous moonshine

In mathematics, monstrous moonshine, or moonshine theory, is a term devised by John Conway and Simon P. Norton in 1979, used to describe the unexpected connection between the monster group M and modular functions, in particular, the j function. It is...