allumer

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From Old French allumer, alumer, from Vulgar Latin *allumināre (compare Occitan alumar, Italian alluminare, Portuguese alumiar, Spanish alumbrar), from Classical Latin illūminō, illūmināre (illuminate, light up, brighten), or from ad- + lūminō.

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allumer

  1. to turn on (e.g. a light)
  2. to light, to set alight
  3. to arouse, to turn on

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