inluminare

inluminare
index enlighten

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  • înluminare — înlumináre s.f. (înv.) 1. luminare. 2. iluminare. 3. împodobire cu miniaturi. Trimis de blaurb, 14.06.2006. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • limn — /lim/, v.t. 1. to represent in drawing or painting. 2. to portray in words; describe. 3. Obs. to illuminate (manuscripts). [1400 50; late ME lymne, var. of ME luminen to illuminate (manuscripts), aph. var. of enlumine < MF enluminer < L… …   Universalium

  • enlighten — I verb account for, acquaint, apprise, clarify, disclose, divulge, edify, educate, elucidate, enable to comprehend, enable to see, enucleate, explain, explicate, expound, free from ignorance, free from prejudice, free from superstition, give… …   Law dictionary

  • înluminat — înluminát s.n. (înv.) v. înlumináre. Trimis de blaurb, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DAR  înluminát, înluminátă, adj. (înv.) 1. luminat. 2. iluminat. 3. împodobit cu picturi (miniaturi). Trimis de blaurb, 14.11.2008. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • illuminate — [16] Etymologically, illuminate is a parallel construction to enlighten. It was formed in the late Latin period from the prefix in and lūmen ‘light’ (source of English luminous). The past participle of the resulting illumināre gave English… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • illuminate — (v.) c.1500, to light up, shine on, a back formation from illumination, or else from L. illuminatus, pp. of illuminare (see ILLUMINATION (Cf. illumination)). Earlier was enlumyen (late 14c.) decorate written material with gold, silver, bright… …   Etymology dictionary

  • limn — [[t]lɪm[/t]] v. t. 1) fia to represent in drawing or painting 2) to outline; delineate 3) to portray in words; describe • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME lymne, var. of ME luminen to illuminate (manuscripts), aph. var. of enluminen < MF enluminer… …   From formal English to slang

  • illuminate — [16] Etymologically, illuminate is a parallel construction to enlighten. It was formed in the late Latin period from the prefix in and lūmen ‘light’ (source of English luminous). The past participle of the resulting illumināre gave English… …   Word origins

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