Q: What does 12 full moons in a dream mean?

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There were 13 full moons in 1982. The number of full moons varies each year. In 1983 there were 12 full moons and in 1984 there were also 12 full moons.

The question is a little vague; I'm going to assume you mean full moons. The synodic period (the time between two full moons) averages 29.53 days, which works out to about 12.4 of them per year. In any given calendar year there are either 12 or 13 full moons. 2014 is a "12 full moons" year; 2015 will have 13.

That would be 1,200 full moons at a rate of 12 full moons per year.

There will be a total of 12 Full Moons this year, 2014.

A leap year, like normal years, usually has 12 full moons, but can have 13 full moons.

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Yes, on average there are about 12.37 lunar cycles (full moons) in a year. This means there are roughly 12 full moons in a year, not exactly 10.

if in one month there is one full moon then in one leap year 48 full moons 4 multiplied by 12= 48 years multiplied by months=number of moons

12 moons are in a year. 1 moon = 1 month. 12 moons = 12 months = 1 year

A medicine cat should be at least six moons old in order to start training as an apprentice and become a full medicine cat.

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No the full moon in July 1964 fell on Satuarday the 6th at 21:55.For a full listing of full moons over the last Century check the Related Scource link below this answer