prefulgence

noun pre·ful·gence \prēˈfəljən(t)s\
variants: or

prefulgency

\-nsē, -si\

Definition of prefulgence

  1. :  the quality or state of being prefulgent

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Origin and Etymology of prefulgence

prefulgence from prefulgent, after such pairs as English benevolent : benevolence; prefulgency from prefulgent, after such pairs as efficient : efficiency


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