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irrădĭo (inr- ), āre, v. a. and n. 1. inradio, illumine, irradiate; to beam forth, cast forth rays (poet. and post-class.).
I. Act.
B. Trop.: “artes Romanis floribus,Claud. Cons. Mall. Theod. 84.—
II. Neutr.: “coeperat felix Irradiare dies,to dawn, break, Sedul. 5, 315; Ambros. Apol. Dav. 8, § 45.
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