/ (luːˈsɪfjʊɡəs) /
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Word Origin for lucifugous
C17: from Latin lucifugus, from lux (genitive lūcis) light + fugere to flee + -ous
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Example sentences from the Web for lucifugous
Lucifugous: fleeing the light: applied to nocturnal forms or those that live in concealment.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith