Before entering fully into the meaning of the term glow, we are going to proceed to know its etymological origin. In this case, we have to underline that it derives from Latin, specifically from the word “glow”, which is the result of the sum of two lexical components of that language:
-The verb “fulgere”, which can be translated as “shine”.
-The suffix “-or”, which is used to indicate “effect and result”.

The concept of glare a spark or a brightness. The term can be used in a physical sense to refer to a radiance, but also in a symbolic way.

GlareFor example: “As he reached the top of the mountain and looked up at the sky, the glare of the stars surprised him”, “From the first days of March, the summer glow begins to fade in this city”, “This diamond has a particular brilliance”.

Among the synonyms that the word in question has, we can highlight some such as brightness, sparkle, halo, sparkle or brilliance. On the contrary, among its antonyms there are terms such as obscurity.

Stars (especially the sun), incandescent lamps (also called light bulbs or bulbs), and spotlights they show glare. In certain cases, the glare can be annoying for the eyes, affecting the eyes.

In its symbolic use, glare is used as a synonym for splendor or fury. When a person refers to the brightness of something, he is alluding to its high degree of intensity or its apogee.

The christmas glowTo cite one case, it is reached in December. In this month all the activities related to the celebration of ChristmasThat is why people make purchases, organize meetings and participate in various ceremonies. During the rest of the year, the Christmas spirit goes unnoticed, but its brilliance arrives in December.

The glare of a team of footballMeanwhile, it occurs at the moment in which the group in question reaches its greatest achievements. Suppose that a club, between 1950 and 1990 won two championships, then won eight between 1991 and 1999 and finally, only one from 2000 to the present. It can be said, given these results, that the club had its splendor in the ’90s.

In addition to all that is indicated, we must emphasize that the term glow has been used on numerous occasions to give a title to cultural works of different types. This would be the case, for example, of the song “Flor que da fulgor”, which is part of the soundtrack of the animated film “Enredados” (2010) and which is by the artist Dana Paola.

In the same way, there is a novel framed within the noir genre that is entitled precisely “Fulgor”. It is a book written by Manel Loureiro that takes as its protagonist Casandra, a woman who has an apparently happy life until she suffers a traffic accident that leaves her in a coma for several weeks.

When, almost miraculously, she manages to recover, she realizes that in that time her life has changed and that there is someone who is stalking her and her family.