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Latin lucidus, from lux 'light' + -id.

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Lucid (comparative more Lucid, superlative most Lucid)

Positive
Lucid

Comparative
more Lucid

Superlative
most Lucid

  1. clear; easily understood
  2. mentally rational; sane
  3. bright, luminous, translucent or transparent

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Lucid (infinitive lucir)

  1. (Spain) informal second-person plural (vosotros or vosotras) affirmative imperative form of lucir.

es:lucid fr:lucid io:lucid it:lucid hu:lucid ml:lucid pl:lucid ro:lucid ru:lucid fi:lucid ta:lucid te:lucid vi:lucid zh:lucid

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