|glow in sky||snowblink|
|act of setting on fire; flame, blaze; gunshot; bonfire; glow; excitement; passion, bake in a kiln, command to shoot, continuous attack, destroy with fire, destructive burning of something, discharge bullet, discharge from guns, dismiss from a job; set ...||fire|
|algal bloom, appear healthy, appear suddenly, bar of semifinished metal, become covered with algae, coating on chocolate, flatten an ingot, flower, flower; flowering; glow, radiance; pollen, healthy appearance or complexion, mass of flowers, prime, pro...||bloom|
|be brilliant, glitter, shine, glow||coruscate|
|be present to small extent, emit dim glow, faint flashing light, glimmering, small amount of something, sparkle; flicker, blink; shine faintly, sparkle; flicker; faint light; gleam||glimmer|
|be very dazzlingly clever, emit light flashes, shine, sparkle, glow; produce sparks, give off sparks||scintillate|
|be visible as wavering image, emit a soft flickering light, glimmer, glisten, gleam; quiver, gleam; flickering light, shine with a wavering light, wavering image or appearance, wavering light or glow||shimmer|
|become or make something less burdensome, become or make something more cheerful, enlighten, flash, glow, make lighter; lessen the weight or load; relieve of worry; become lighter; become less heavy; become cheerful; illuminate; brighten; make a color ...||lighten|
|brief show of something, bright shine, flash for short time, flash of light, flash of light; glow; sparkle; shine, flash; sparkle; shine with subdued brightness, shine brightly||gleam|
|bright fire, burn brightly, conspicuous display, do something new, experience strong emotion, fire gun, flame; glowing light; ignition, flaring up, flare up, ignite; glow, shine; be publicized, mark path, mark showing the way, proclaim, white mark on a...||blaze|
|brighten or glow, brood of newborn animals, give birth, ignite emotion or interest, set on fire, cause to burn; arouse, excite, inspire; ignite, flare up; become excited, be inspired, start burning||kindle|
|coming up of sun, glow from rising sun, rising of the sun; dawn, time of day when the sun rises above the horizon; beginning, emergence, sunup, time sun rises||sunrise|
|counterglow, faint glow in night sky||gegenschein|
|descent of the sun below the western horizon, setting of the sun; time when the sun descends, evening; decline, final stage, glow from setting sun, going down of sun, last part, time sun sets||sunset|
|develop and spread, glow, beam; emit light or radiation; convey joy or happiness; spread out from a central point, send or be sent in rays, show a feeling or quality, spread from center, with petals radiating from center, with radially symmetrical body...||radiate|
|eerie glow produced by fungi, phosphorous light that glows from certain organic materials (especially from a certain kind of fungus that grows on rotting wood)||foxfire|
|emit light, glow with heat, glow; cause to glow||incandesce|
|emit light, put forth light, glow (not through heat), exhibit luminescence||luminesce|
|emitting dim glow, glimmer, sparkle; flicker; faint light; gleam, sparkling; flickering; shining faintly||glimmering|
|fine clothing, glossy appearance, luster, shine, glow||sheen|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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