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From Latin lūx (light); from Proto-Indo-European *lewk- (white; light; bright). Cognates include Ancient Greek λευκός (leukos), Sanskrit रोचते (rocate) and Old English noun lēoht (English light).

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Lux

Plural
lux

Lux (plural lux)
  1. In the International System of Units, the derived unit of illuminance or illumination; one lumen per square metre. Symbol: lx

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From Proto-Indo-European *lewk- (white; light; bright). Cognates include Ancient Greek λευκός (leukos), Sanskrit रोचते (rocate) and Old English noun lēoht (English light).

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lūx (genitive lūcis); f, third declension

  1. light

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Number Singular Plural
nominative lūx lūcēs
genitive lūcis lūcum
dative lūcī lūcibus
accusative lūcem lūcēs
ablative lūce lūcibus
vocative lūx lūcēs

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Lux m. (plural lux)

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Lux m.

Plural
lux m.

  1. lux

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lux c

  1. lux (singular and plural)

es:lux fr:lux gl:lux ko:lux io:lux ky:lux lo:lux la:lux li:lux hu:lux nl:lux ja:lux pl:lux pt:lux ru:lux fi:lux sv:lux ta:lux vi:lux zh:lux

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