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radiant

 [ra´de-ant]
1. diverging from a center.
2. emitting rays, as of light or heat.

ra·di·ant

(rā'dē-ănt),
1. Giving out rays.
2. A point from which light radiates to the eye.

radiant

[rā′dē·ənt]
Etymology: L, radiare, to emit rays
pertaining to any object that emits rays or is the center of rays that spread outward.

ra·di·ant

(rā'dē-ănt)
1. Giving out rays.
2. A point from which light radiates to the eye.

radiant

1. diverging from a center.
2. emitting rays, as of light or heat.
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