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Here’s a list of all the Full and New Moon dates and names for 2010, which I’ve calculated recorded in my personal book of shadows. I’ve included the traditional names given to each moon (a tradition that dates back to Native Americans), as well as some variations.

(The names apply only to the full moon).

January

New: 15th

Full: 30th

  • English – Old Moon
  • Native American – Wolf Moon
  • Hindu – Paush Poornima
  • Buddhist – Duruthu Poya
  • Others – Moon after Yule, Ice Moon

February

New: 14th

Full: 28th

  • English – Wolf Moon
  • Native American – Snow Moon
  • Hindu – Magh Poornima
  • Buddhist – Navam Poya
  • Others – Ice Moon, Storm Moon, Hunger Moon, Candle Moon

March

New: 15th

Full: 30th

  • English – Lenten Moon
  • Native American – Worm Moon
  • Hindu – Basanta Poornima dol poornima
  • Buddhist – Medin Poya
  • Others – Chaste Moon, Storm Moon, Seed Moon, Crow Moon, Moon of Winds, Moon of the Snowblind, Crust Moon, Sugar Moon, Sap Moon, Death Moon

April

New: 14th

Full: 28th

  • English – Egg Moon
  • Native American – Pink Moon
  • Hindu – Hanuman Jayanti
  • Buddhist – Bak Poya
  • Others – Seed Moon, Growing Moon, Sprouting Grass Moon, Fish Moon, Waking Moon

May

New: 14th

Full: 27th

  • English – Milk Moon
  • Native American – Flower Moon
  • Hindu – Buddha Poornima
  • Buddhist – Vesak Poya
  • Others – Hare Moon, Corn Planting Moon

June

New: 12th

Full: 26th

  • English – Flower Moon
  • Native American – Strawberry Moon
  • Hindu – Wat Poornima
  • Buddhist – Poson Poya
  • Others – Dyad Moon, Mead Moon, Honey Moon, Rose Moon, Hot Moon, Planting Moon

July

New: 11th

Full: 26th

  • English – Hay Moon
  • Native American – Buck Moon
  • Hindu – Guru Poornima
  • Buddhist – Esala Poya
  • Others – Mead Moon, Thunder Moon

August

New: 10th

Full: 24th

  • English – Grain Moon
  • Native American – Sturgeon Moon
  • Hindu – Narali Poornima raksha bandhan
  • Buddhist – Nikini Poya
  • Others – Wyrt Moon, (Green) Corn Moon, Lightning Moon, Dog Moon

September

New: 8th

Full: 23rd

  • English – Corn Moon
  • Native American – Harvest Moon
  • Hindu – Bhadrapad Poornima
  • Buddhist – Binara Poya
  • Others – Barley Moon, Wine Moon, Singing Moon, Elk Call Moon

October

New: 7th

Full: 23rd

  • English – Harvest Moon
  • Native American – Hunter’s Moon
  • Hindu – Sharad Poornima lakshmi puja
  • Buddhist – Vap Poya
  • Others – Blood Moon, Travel Moon, Dying Grass Moon

November

New: 6th

Full: 21st

  • English – Hunter’s Moon
  • Native American – Beaver Moon
  • Hindu – Kartik Poornima
  • Buddhist – Il Poya
  • Others – Snow Moon

December

New: 5th

Full: 21st

  • English – Oak Moon
  • Native American – Cold Moon
  • Hindu – Margashirsha Poornima
  • Buddhist – Unduvap Poya
  • Others – Frost Moon, Long Night’s Moon, Moon Before Yule

Thanks to Wikipedia for the vast majority of the Hindu and Buddhist names, which I didn’t have.

Best Wishes!

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