lumbrera

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin lūmināria (compare Catalan llumenera ‎(oil lamp, luminary), French lumière ‎(light)), plural of lūmināre ‎(light, lamp, luminary), based on Latin lūmen ‎(light).

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Noun[edit]

lumbrera f ‎(plural lumbreras)

  1. louver
  2. luminary (all senses)
  3. (dated) lamp or other device for giving light
  4. (poetic, in the plural) eyes
  5. (nautical) porthole

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