perlucidus


perlucidus

perlucidus [per-loo-si-duh s] ExamplesWord Origin adjective Meteorology.

  1. (of a cloud) having transparent spaces between the elements.

Origin of perlucidus From New Latin; see origin at per-, lucid Examples from the Web for perlucidus Historical Examples of perlucidus

  • Perlucidus means very bright, whereas pellucidus, transparent.

    Dderlein’s Hand-book of Latin Synonymes

    Ludwig Dderlein

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