- misty; dim; dark.
Origin of caliginous
Examples from the Web for caliginous
Contemporary Examples of caliginous
After descending a dark set of stairs, you enter a caliginous club straight out of West Hollywood.Sundance ’14 Party Report: Anne Hathaway’s A Great Wingwoman, Kristen Stewart Cuts A Rug, and More
January 25, 2014
We see Lauren, covered in sweat, dancing nervously in the middle of a smoky, caliginous, gay S&M club.Inside James Franco’s Gay S&M Documentary (and Social Satire), ‘Interior. Leather Bar.’
January 5, 2014
Inside the caliginous lounge, there are lasers illuminating walls covered in graffiti, and staffers donning masquerade masks.Meet Skrillex, the Divisive, Grammy-Nominated DJ Who’s Changing Dance Music
February 9, 2012
- archaic dark; dim
Word Origin for caliginous
1540s, from Latin caliginosus "misty," from caliginem (nominative caligo) "mistiness, darkness, fog, gloom." Related: Caliginosity.