Radiátion. n.s. [radiatio, Lat. radiation, Fr.]
- Beamy lustre; emission of rays.
We have perspective houses, where we make demonstrations of all lights and radiations, and of all colours. Bacon.
Should I say I liv'd darker than were true,
Your radiation can all clouds subdue,
But one; 'tis best light to contemplate you.
- Emission from a center every way.
Sound paralleleth in many things with the light, and radiation of things visible. Bacon's Natural History.