alluminare

ItalianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From alluminio +‎ -are.

VerbEdit

alluminàre (first-person singular present allùmino, first-person singular past historic alluminài, past participle alluminàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive)

  1. to aluminize, to cover with aluminum/aluminium
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Etymology 2Edit

From allume +‎ -are, influenced by Etymology 1.

VerbEdit

alluminàre (first-person singular present allùmino, first-person singular past historic alluminài, past participle alluminàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive)

  1. to treat with alum
    Synonym: allumare
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Etymology 3Edit

From Old French enluminer.

VerbEdit

alluminàre (first-person singular present allùmino, first-person singular past historic alluminài, past participle alluminàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive, archaic or literary)

  1. to add gold or silver to pigments in order to make (a painting, usually a miniature) shine
  2. (by extension) to paint in vivid colors
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Etymology 4Edit

From Vulgar Latin *alluminare, from Latin illūminō, illūmināre (illuminate, light up, brighten), or from ad- + lūminō.

Compare French allumer, Sicilian aḍḍumari, Spanish alumbrar, Portuguese alumiar.

VerbEdit

alluminàre (first-person singular present allùmino, first-person singular past historic alluminài, past participle alluminàto, auxiliary avere)

  1. (transitive, poetic, archaic or Tuscany) to illuminate
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