the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
adj. Possessing in itself the property of emitting light.
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Luminous of itself; possessing in itself the property of emitting light: thus, the sun, fixed stars, flames of all kinds, bodies which shine in consequence of being heated or rubbed, are self-luminous.
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adj. having in itself the property of emitting light
"In contrast to material reality, the Transcendental is fully conscious, dynamic, eternal, self-luminous, and without parts, and experiences no duality or opposition."
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