Side-light



noun
1.
an item of incidental information.
2.
either of two lights carried by a vessel under way at night, a red one on the port side and a green on the starboard.
3.
light coming from the side.
4.
a window or other aperture for light in the side of a building, ship, etc.
5.
a window at the side of a door or another window.
noun
1.
light coming from the side
2.
a side window
3.
either of the two navigational running lights used by vessels at night, a red light on the port and a green on the starboard
4.
(Brit) either of two small lights on the front of a motor vehicle, used to indicate the presence of the vehicle at night rather than to assist the driver
5.
additional or incidental information

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