The SI unit used to measure the brightness of a source of light (its luminous intensity). By definition, one square centimeter of a blackbody at the freezing point of platinum emits one-sixtieth of a candela of radiation.
A long wax-coated wick used to light candles or gas lamps.
Any of a genus (Myrica) of shrubs of the bayberry family, as the wax myrtle, having a small, berrylike fruit covered with a wax used in making candles
A quick, simultaneous climb and turn made by an airplane, in which the momentum of the airplane increases the rate of climb
(Historical) A native or resident of the Roman Empire.
One that illuminates, especially a device for producing, concentrating, or reflecting light.
A type of inexpensive candle, historically used, formed by soaking the dried pith of the rush plant in fat or grease, which emits light for a relatively short period of time.
The definition of a torch is a light made of a long piece of wood with a flammable end, or a tool used to make heat, or a flashlight in the UK.
(Surveying) The angular amount by which the horizon is below eye level
The pathway or route of such illumination to a person:
A walking stick; a cane.
Hard fat obtained from parts of the bodies of cattle, sheep, or horses, and used in foodstuffs or to make candles, leather dressing, soap, and lubricants.
Wax is a sticky substance that is made from honeycomb or any substance with a similar feel.
The basic unit used to measure the flow of light in the SI system, equal to the amount of light emitted through a solid angle of one steradian by a light source with the intensity of one candela (0.0015 watt)
A SI derived unit of illuminance in photometry, equal to one lumen per square meter.
stick of wax with a wick in the middle
Find another word for candle. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for candle, like: candela, taper, bayberry, chandelle, cierge, roman, illuminator, rushlight, torch, bougie and dip.