From Latin lūcem, accusative singular of lūx, from Proto-Italic *louks (accusative *loukem), from the Proto-Indo-European *léwks, derived from the root *lewk- (“white; light; bright”). Cognates include Italian luce and Spanish luz.
lughe f (plural lughes)
- (uncountable) light (visible electromagnetic radiation)
- sa lughe de su sole ― sunlight (literally, “the light of the Sun”)
- light (source of illumination)
- (in the plural) eye
- Synonym: lughente
- No li funzionan bene sas lughes. ― His eyes don't work right.
- domo de otto lughes ― house with eight windows