An often portable situation with transparent or translucent edges for holding and protecting a light.
A decorative casing for a light, often of report.
A light and its particular protective or ornamental situation.
the area near the top of a lighthouse in which the light is found.
Obsolete A lighthouse.
A structure built on top of a roof or dome with open or windowed walls to acknowledge light and air.
an incident of translucent or clear product built to protect a flame, or light, always illuminate its surroundings.
One thing inclosing a light, and protecting it from wind, rainfall, etc.; -- sometimes portable, as a closed vessel or situation of horn, perforated tin, cup, oiled paper, or other material, having a lamp or candle within; sometimes fixed, as the glazed inclosure of a street light, or of a lighthouse light.
An open framework of light product set upon a roof, to give light and atmosphere toward interior.
A cage or available chamber of rich design, available below in to the building or tower which it crowns.
A smaller and secondary cupola crowning a more substantial one, for decoration, or to admit light; for instance the lantern of cupola of this Capitol at Washington, or that of the Florence cathedral.
A lantern pinion or trundle wheel. See Lantern pinion (below).
A kind of cage placed in a stuffing box and surrounding a piston rod, to separate the packaging into two components and form a chamber between for the reception of vapor, etc.; -- called in addition lantern metal.
A perforated barrel to make a core upon.
See Aristotle's lantern.
an incident, generally clear or translucent, inclosing a light and safeguarding it from the wind and rainfall, and both transportable or fixed.
The cup casing surrounding the lamp of a lighthouse and forming the upper person in the structure.
In design, specifically, an upright skylight when you look at the roof of a building.
In the quadrant electrometer, the an element of the situation of tool which encompasses the mirror and suspension-fibers.
a tool for inclosing textiles undergoing dyeing, to correct the colors by the help of steam.
A workmen's title for a quick perforated core found in making hollow castings.
a type of cog-wheel. See lantern-wheel.
The whiff, a fish, that will be semi-transparent when organized from the light.
The Trigla obscura, a fish for the subfamily Triglinæ. Also known as lantern-gurnard.
The misshapen proboscis (previously said to be luminous) of several tropical Fulgoridæ or alleged ‘lantern-flies.’