illuminate

. . . illuminate . . .

From Middle English illuminaten, borrowed from Latin illūminātum, supine of illūminō (lighten, light up, show off), from in + lūminō (light up), from lūmen (light). Cognate with Old English lȳman (to glow, shine). More at leam.

. . . illuminate . . .

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. . . illuminate . . .