English to Latin Meaning of light - lux

Light :

lucerna, lux, turibulum, virga, abusumque audentius, igneæ, luceat, splendor,, lucent genialibus, trabem, radium, cognitionis, sapientiae, sensum, doctrina, aspectu, visu, oculus, quaerere, dies, Per diem, habitus mentis,, spiritus vitae, ignis, gloria, coruscent, solis, LABOR, vigorem, Psychen, aureoli lucellum, attritus splendescere, SPLENDOR, intelligentia,, callidus homo, ortus, crystallo, illustratio, serit jubare, LUX, LAUTITIA, stella, planeta, non ardebit, ignium, illustrant, Illumináre, irritare, flamma, deservit navifactivae;, terra, ut off, descendentes

lux, mansuetum, flavis capillis in birotula, clara, praeclarum, candida candorem, lucidum, liquet, uenialia, Parvus, astutus, paulo, medium, Ordinarius, tenui meditabor, blandos asperat,, mollis, humilis, serenum, lasciva, festum, anima dulcoratur, quae sucosa, simplex, facite, naturalis, mobilia, promptum, celeri, inops agili peragit, album, ducor libo, & gravitate carentibus, tolerabilis, facile, lEGI POTEST, habilis, concitatus, argentum vivum,, mutabilia, levem, vadum, superficialis, perfunctoriam, non alta, immateriale, pusillum, urbanum, infirmi

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Definitions of light in English
Noun(1) (physics(2) any device serving as a source of illumination(3) a particular perspective or aspect of a situation(4) the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light(5) an illuminated area(6) a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination(7) the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures(8) a person regarded very fondly(9) having abundant light or illumination(10) mental understanding as an enlightening experience(11) merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance(12) public awareness(13) a divine presence believed by Quakers to enlighten and guide the soul(14) a visual warning signal(15) a device for lighting or igniting fuel or charges or fires
Verb(1) make lighter or brighter(2) begin to smoke(3) to come to rest, settle(4) cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat(5) fall to somebody by assignment or lot(6) alight from (a horse(7) start or maintain a fire in
Adjective(1) of comparatively little physical weight or density(2) (used of color(3) of the military or industry; using (or being(4) not great in degree or quantity or number(5) psychologically light; especially free from sadness or troubles(6) characterized by or emitting light(7) (used of vowels or syllables(8) easily assimilated in the alimentary canal; not rich or heavily seasoned(9) (used of soil(10) (of sound or color(11) moving easily and quickly; nimble(12) demanding little effort; not burdensome(13) of little intensity or power or force(14) (physics, chemistry(15) weak and likely to lose consciousness(16) very thin and insubstantial
Adverb(1) with few burdens
Examples of light in English
(1) Typically, she received a very light sentence, soon revised downward.(2) Abbey drifted off, the warm sun and gently rippling water lulling her into a light sleep.(3) The screen turned light purple and a single folder appeared in the middle of the screen.(4) they were looking for light entertainment(5) the light of love(6) His sentence had been relatively light , as she never accused him of violating her.(7) it's very light to carry(8) If you want the granny apple to hold slightly and maintain its shape, you can cook it gently in a light sugar syrup.(9) Well, that's a fairly light musing for the evening after much of my heavier writings on here.(10) I wanted to sleep a little longer, but the faint light of the sun had awakened me.(11) The thinly-sliced chicken had been poached in a light and delicate broth infused with lime leaf and coriander.(12) Don't take anything white or light coloured with you unless you are going on some luxury holiday somewhere.(13) the sack of rice was two kgs light(14) No rifle that is light enough to carry will penetrate brush nor should it be expected to.(15) At first she could walk for only six minutes on a treadmill, do four minutes on a rowing machine and lift a few light weights.(16) You move out of deep sleep and into light sleep several times during the night, resulting in poor sleep quality.
Related Phrases of light
(1) light bulb ::
lux bulbus
(2) light up ::
(3) traffic light ::
negotiationis lux
(4) light blue ::
(5) light brown ::
laete brunneis
(6) turn off the light ::
averte lux
(7) turn on the light ::
conversus in lumine
(8) light-hearted ::
levis corde,
(9) light rain ::
lux pluvia
(10) the light ::
1. bright ::
2. light-colored ::
levis coloratum
3. fair ::
4. easy to lift ::
facilius sursum
5. flimsy ::
culmumque levem
6. nimble ::
inops agili peragit
7. friable ::
8. small ::
9. easy ::
10. gentle ::
11. entertaining ::
12. carefree ::
partarum secura
13. unimportant ::
profectos audiit,
14. dizzy ::
15. idle ::
16. clear ::
17. short ::
19. lite ::
20. abstemious ::
23. weak ::
24. wakeful ::
25. lightly ::
26. illumination ::
27. lamp ::
28. match ::
29. daylight ::
30. aspect ::
31. understanding ::
32. expert ::
33. lighting ::
34. visible light ::
lux visibilis
35. spark ::
36. lightness ::
37. light source ::
fons luminis
39. inner light ::
lucem interiorem
41. set alight ::
42. get off ::
ut off
43. illume ::
illústra lúmine
44. ignite ::
45. alight ::
in quempiam superveniet
46. fire up ::
47. fall ::
1. nobody ::
Different Forms
light, lighted, lightest, lighting, lightly, lightness, lightship, lightships
Word Example from TV Shows
The Lord of Light.

The Lord of Light.

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4

There was music
and a strobe light.

There was music and a strobe LIGHT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19

Bernadette studies yeast,
the organism responsible for Michelob Light.

Bernadette studies yeast, the organism responsible for Michelob Light.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24

We choose light, or we choose darkness.

We choose LIGHT, or we choose darkness.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1

We may take the steps,
but the Lord of Light clears the...

We may take the steps, but the Lord of Light clears the...

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5

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