A lambert is "the brightness of a perfectly diffusing surface radiating or reflecting one lumen per square cm."
That reminds me, I'd better arrange a debate on immigration for the lumen.
After the lumen of the sinus has been obliterated above and below the injured area, the finger may be removed.
Just one more word, lumen, before we conclude this interview.
At lumen et vestigium effectus sunt efficients solis et pedis; potuit ergo cum causa terna effectus coaternus esse.
The internal coat was plicated, as if too large for the lumen.
If lumen had been to blame for the quarrel, he paid a fearful penalty.
Reflection and study had already inclined me, lumen, to believe in the plurality of the existences of the soul.
To use the words of Bacon: lumen siccum et aridum ingenia madida offendit et torret.
It soon acquires a lumen, and joins the cloacal section of the alimentary tract before the close of fœtal life.
lumen lu·men (lōō'mən)
n. pl. lumens or lu·mi·na (-mə-nə)
The inner open space or cavity of a tubular organ, as of a blood vessel.
The unit of luminous flux in the International System of Units, that is equal to the amount of light given out through a solid angle by a source of one candela intensity radiating equally in all directions.
Plural lumens or lumina