interlucent

adjective
in·ter·lu·cent | \ ¦intə(r)¦lüsənt also -)l¦yü- \

Definition of interlucent 

: shining or glowing between or in the midst of other things

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History and Etymology for interlucent

Latin interlucent-, interlucens, present participle of interlucēre to shine, from inter- + lucēre to shine

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