Definition of fulgo
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1.
LEM
fulgō, fulgere, fulsī, -
2 FLAG-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to flash, lighten
  2. to flash, glitter, gleam, glare, glisten, shine
  3. [figuratively] to shine, glitter, be conspicuous, be illustrious
Abbreviations
fulgeō fulsī, -, ēre (fulgere, V.) 2 FLAG-, to flash, lighten: si fulserit, si tonuerit: fulsere ignes et aether, V.

—Of oratory: (Pericles) fulgere tonare dictus.

—To flash, glitter, gleam, glare, glisten, shine: purpurā: caelo luna sereno, H.: micantes fulsere gladii, L.: pueri Agmine fulgent, V.: Argenti quod erat solis fulgebat in armis, Iu.

—Fig., to shine, glitter, be conspicuous, be illustrious: (virtus) fulget honoribus, H.: fulgebat in adulescentulo indoles virtutis, N.: quae sanguine fulget Iuli, Iu.
 
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