LUMEN (LIGHT)

свет, освещение; рефлексия; нечто телесное, сочетающееся со светом, как, например, вещи, которые становятся видимыми благодаря свету, исходящему из физического тела или от небесных светил.


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • lumen — unit of luminosity, 1897, coined 1894 by French physicist André Eugène Blondel (1863 1938) from L. lumen light, related to lucere to shine (see LIGHT (Cf. light) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • light — light1 [līt] n. [ME liht < OE lēoht, akin to Ger licht < IE base * leuk , to shine, bright > Gr leukos, white, L lux & lumen, light, lucere, to shine, luna, moon, Welsh llug, gleam] 1. a) the form of electromagnetic radiation that acts… …   English World dictionary

  • light — [OE] English has two distinct words light. The one meaning ‘illumination’ comes ultimately from Indo European *leuk , *louk , *luk , which also produced Greek leukós ‘white’ (source of English leukaemia [20]) and Latin lūx ‘light’ (from which… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • light — [OE] English has two distinct words light. The one meaning ‘illumination’ comes ultimately from Indo European *leuk , *louk , *luk , which also produced Greek leukós ‘white’ (source of English leukaemia [20]) and Latin lūx ‘light’ (from which… …   Word origins

  • lumen — n. [L. lumen, light] Space within any tubular organ or vessel …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Lumen Christi — (Latin: Light of Christ ) is a Versicle sung in Catholics and Lutheran churches as part of the Easter Vigil. In Lutheran services, it is sung in the local language. It is chanted by the deacon on Holy Saturday as he lights the triple candle. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Light-dependent reactions — of photosynthesis at the thylakoid membrane See also: Light independent reactions The light dependent reactions , or light reactions, are the first stage of photosynthesis, the process by which plants capture and store energy from sunlight. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Lumen Christi — • The versicle chanted by the deacon on Holy Saturday as he lights the triple candle Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Lumen Christi     Lumen Christi      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Lumen — Lu men, n.; pl. L. {Lumina}, E. {Lumens}. [L., light, an opening for light.] 1. (Photom.) (a) A unit of illumination, being the amount of illumination of a unit area of spherical surface, due to a light of unit intensity placed at the center of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lumen — [lo͞o′mən] n. pl. lumens or lumina [lo͞o′mi nə] [ModL < L, LIGHT1] 1. the basic unit used to measure the flow of light in the SI system, equal to the amount of light emitted through a solid angle of one steradian by a light source with the… …   English World dictionary

  • lumen — ► NOUN Physics ▪ the SI unit of luminous flux, equal to the amount of light emitted per second in a unit solid angle of one steradian from a uniform source of one candela. ORIGIN Latin, light …   English terms dictionary

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