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luminare

luminare

Aromanian

Noun

luminare f

  1. Alternative form of luminari

Italian

Etymology

From Late Latin luminare, from Latin lumen.

Noun

luminare m (plural luminari)

  1. luminary

Anagrams


Latin

Etymology 1

Verb

lūmināre

  1. present active infinitive of lūminō
  2. second-person singular present passive imperative of lūminō
  3. second-person singular present passive indicative of lūminō

Etymology 2

Found in Late Latin. From lumen.

Alternative forms

  • luminar

Noun

luminare

  1. a window shutter, window
  2. lights or lamps (such as those lighted in churches in honor of martyrs)
  3. (Medieval Latin) that which produces light, such as a star
Descendants
  • Occitan: lumenaria, lumniera
  • Portuguese: lumieira, lumeeira, luminária
  • Romanian: lumânare
  • Romansh: glimera, glümera
  • Spanish: lumbrera, luminar, luminaria

References


Romanian

Etymology

lumina + -re

Noun

luminare f (plural luminări)

  1. act of lighting, illuminating, shining