umbra[ uhm-bruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF umbra
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UMBRA
Durois advised me that the Kyng of Umbra had put two padres to death, viz.
Diagram of the use of the Umbra Versa, at two observations; Astrol.
Each spot is quite sharply divided into an umbra and a penumbra.
Sedentes in tenebris, et in umbra mortis, vinctos in mendicitate.
He was Maulevrier's Umbra, and must go where his patron went.
I saw her wander off to the music-room directly after dinner, and I believe your umbra—Mr. What-d'ye-call-him—went with her.
The double of the Egyptian sepulchral records corresponds exactly to the of the Greeks and the umbra of the Latins.
"Manes," "umbra," "simulacra," are the expressions of Cicero and Virgil.
The umbra is a wide margin, of lighter shade, and is often of greater extent than the nucleus.
Like putting together an atomic symbol and Russian money to make 'troubles,' and using 'umbra' instead of shadow.