Moon (ムーン) has several referrals.
- For the anime series based on the Generation VII games, see Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon.
- For the first English dubbed season of this anime series, see Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon.
- For the second English dubbed season of this anime series, see Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Adventures.
- For the third English dubbed season of this anime series, see Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Legends.
- For the Pokémon Adventures manga chapter, see Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon chapter.
- For the manga set in the universe of Pokémon Pocket Monsters, see Pocket Monsters Sun Moon (Kosaku Anakubo).
- For the sequel of Let's Play the Pokémon Card Game XY!, see Let's Play the Pokémon Card Game! Sun and Moon Arc.
- For the stone used to evolve various Pokémon, see Moon Stone.
- For the item used to evolve Eevee in Pokémon XD, see Moon Shard.
- For the kind of Poké Ball, see Moon Ball.
- For the item related to Cresselia, see Lunar Wing.
- For the Key Item that causes Nebby to evolve in the Generation VII games, see Moon Flute.
- For the Key Item that fuses Necrozma with Lunala, see N-Lunarizer.
- For the cave in Kanto, see Mt. Moon.
- For the square in Mt. Moon, see Mt. Moon Square.
- For the place in Sinnoh where Cresselia is initially encountered, see Fullmoon Island.
- For the location in Poni Island in Alola, see Altar of the Moone.
- For the dungeon in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, see Moonlit Cave.
- For the anime-exclusive location in Johto, see Blue Moon Falls.
- For the HP-restoring moves, see Moonlight and Lunar Dance.
- For the damage-dealing Fairy-type move, see Moonblast.
- For the signature move of Lunala and Dawn Wings Necrozma, see Moongeist Beam.
- For the exclusive Z-Move of Incineroar, see Malicious Moonsault.
- For the voice acress of the English dub of the Pokémon anime, see Samantha Moon.