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From circum- +‎ lūceō (shine).



circumlūceō (present infinitive circumlūcēre, perfect active circumluxī); second conjugation, no passive

  1. (transitive) I shine or glitter around; illuminate, light up.


  • In Classical Latin, this verb is only attested as the present active participle circumlūcēns.
   Conjugation of circumluceo (second conjugation, active only)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present circumlūceō circumlūcēs circumlūcet circumlūcēmus circumlūcētis circumlūcent
imperfect circumlūcēbam circumlūcēbās circumlūcēbat circumlūcēbāmus circumlūcēbātis circumlūcēbant
future circumlūcēbō circumlūcēbis circumlūcēbit circumlūcēbimus circumlūcēbitis circumlūcēbunt
perfect circumluxī circumluxistī circumluxit circumluximus circumluxistis circumluxērunt, circumluxēre
pluperfect circumluxeram circumluxerās circumluxerat circumluxerāmus circumluxerātis circumluxerant
future perfect circumluxerō circumluxeris circumluxerit circumluxerimus circumluxeritis circumluxerint
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present circumlūceam circumlūceās circumlūceat circumlūceāmus circumlūceātis circumlūceant
imperfect circumlūcērem circumlūcērēs circumlūcēret circumlūcērēmus circumlūcērētis circumlūcērent
perfect circumluxerim circumluxerīs circumluxerit circumluxerīmus circumluxerītis circumluxerint
pluperfect circumluxissem circumluxissēs circumluxisset circumluxissēmus circumluxissētis circumluxissent
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present circumlūcē circumlūcēte
future circumlūcētō circumlūcētō circumlūcētōte circumlūcentō
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives circumlūcēre circumluxisse
participles circumlūcēns
verbal nouns gerund supine
nominative genitive dative/ablative accusative accusative ablative
circumlūcēre circumlūcendī circumlūcendō circumlūcendum

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