luminaires

Luminaire

[loo-muh-nair]
Trademark.
a lighting unit consisting of one or more electric lamps with all of the necessary parts and wiring.
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luminaire
electric light, 1921, from Fr. luminaire, from O.Fr. luminarie, from M.L. luminarium, from L. lumen "light," related to lucere "to shine" (see light (n.)).
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