luciform

adjective
lu·ci·form | \ˈlüsəˌfȯrm\

Definition of luciform 

: of, relating to, or having the characteristics of light : luminous

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History and Etymology for luciform

Medieval Latin luciformis, from Latin luci- + -formis -form

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