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Etymology of the Portuguese word alumiação

the Portuguese word alumiação
derived from the Portuguese word alumiar
derived from the Vulgar Latin root *alluminare
derived from the Classical Latin word illuminare (illuminate, give light to; light up; illuminate; color)
using the Latin prefix in- (suffix for no)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ne (not)
derived from the Latin word lumen (light, opening; light; lamp, torch)
derived from the Classical Latin word lux (clear; light, daylight, light of day)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leuk- (bright, white light)
using the Latin prefix il-
derived from the Latin word luminare (car-light; projector lamp; illuminate, give light to; light up; window-shutter, window)
derived from the Latin word lumen (light, opening; light; lamp, torch)
derived from the Classical Latin word lux (clear; light, daylight, light of day)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leuk- (bright, white light)
using the Portuguese suffix -ção
derived from the Latin suffix -atio
derived from the Latin suffix -are




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