[ih-fuhl-juh ns, ih-foo l‐] /ɪˈfʌl dʒəns, ɪˈfʊl‐/
a brilliant radiance; a shining forth.
1660s, from Late Latin effulgentia (from Latin effulgentum; see effulgent) + -ce.
[ih-fuhl-juh nt, ih-foo l-] /ɪˈfʌl dʒənt, ɪˈfʊl-/ adjective 1. shining forth brilliantly; radiant. /ɪˈfʌldʒənt/ adjective 1. radiant; brilliant adj. 1738, back-formation from effulgence, or else from Latin effulgentem (nominative effulgens), present participle of effulgere, from ex “out” (see ex-) + fulgere “to shine” (see bleach (v.)).
[verb ih-fyooz; adjective ih-fyoos] /verb ɪˈfyuz; adjective ɪˈfyus/ verb (used with object), effused, effusing. 1. to pour out or forth; shed; disseminate: The town effuses warmth and hospitality. verb (used without object), effused, effusing. 2. to exude; flow out. 3. Physics. (of a gas) to flow through a very small orifice. adjective 4. scattered; profuse. […]
/ɪˌfjuːzɪˈɒmɪtə/ noun 1. (physics) an apparatus for determining rates of effusion of gases, usually used for measuring molecular weights
[ih-fyoo-zhuh n] /ɪˈfyu ʒən/ noun 1. the act of effusing or pouring forth. 2. something that is effused. 3. an unrestrained expression, as of feelings: poetic effusions. 4. Pathology. 5. Physics. the flow of a gas through a small orifice at such density that the mean distance between the molecules is large compared with the […]