noun, plural lu·ci·dae [loo-si-dee]. /ˈlu sɪˌdi/. Astronomy.
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Theophilus says, "Hoc glutine omnis pictura superlinita lucida fit et decora, ac omnino durabilis."
Vnde si quis esset extra regionem ignis, terra ista in circumferentia su regionis per medium ignis lucida stella appareret.The Discovery of a World in the Moone|John Wilkins
The figures were outlined with camera lucida and drawn on the table, close to the base of the microscope, 100 mm.
The drawings were made with camera lucida and were reduced one-half in making the plates.
The corpuscles were measured by the ocular micrometer and checked by the aid of a camera lucida.