From em- + blaze.
emblaze (third-person singular simple present emblazes, present participle emblazing, simple past and past participle emblazed)
- (transitive) To kindle; set ablaze.
- (transitive) To adorn with glittering embellishments; cause to glitter or shine.
- (transitive, poetic) To illuminate; to etch or display in a bright, fiery way; blazon.
- 1915, Robert Tuttle Morris, Doctors Versus Folks
- When a window screen is emblazed with a pretty design, one cannot look into the room beyond because of arrest of vision by the figure upon the screen.
- 1997, Delerium (band), Euphoria (Firefly) (song)
- This feeling emblazed inside. / Every nerve like a firefly.