Definition of Lucigen

1. an oil-burning lamp [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucigen

lucidol
lucies
lucifer
luciferase
luciferases
luciferin
luciferins
luciferous
luciferously
lucifers
luciferyl adenylate
lucific
luciform
lucifugal
lucifugous
lucigen (current term)
lucigenin
lucigens
lucimeter
lucimeters
lucimycin
lucinid
lucinids
lucipetal
lucites
luck
luck in
luck into
luck it
luck out

Literary usage of Lucigen

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1. Petroleum: It's History, Origin, Occurence, Production, Physical and by Alexander Veith (1894)
"This new mode of lighting was first introduced by the lucigen Light Company, ... The lucigen Light Company itself and George Gerrard of Westminster, ..."

2. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"Into this reservoir compressed air is introduced by an india- rubber pipe, this material being used to make the " lucigen ..."

3. Submarine Mines and Torpedoes: As Applied to Harbour Defence by John Townsend Bucknill (1889)
"A " triplex lucigen " has a power of 10000 standard candles, and is stated to be capable of illuminating an area equal to a quarter of a square mile—say a ..."

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