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col-lūcĕo (conl- ), ēre, v. n.,
I.to give light on every side, to shine brightly, to be wholly illuminated, to be bright or brilliant (class. in prose and poetry; not in Hor.).
I. Prop.
(γ). Ab aliquā re (cf. ab, II.): “(mare), quā a sole collucet, albescit et vibrat,Cic. Ac. 2, 33, 105.—
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