What is the Latin word for "lightning"?

Answer

According to Word Reference, the Latin word for "lightning" is "fulmine." When used as a noun, it refers to weather or electrical discharge. As an adjective, "fulmine" is figuratively defined as meaning "very fast."

The Latin translation of the phrase "thunder and lightning" is "tuoni e fulmini." The phrase "a huge lightning bolt struck the church" translates to "la chiesa è stata colpita da un fulmine."

As an adverb to denote something moving extremely fast, "like lightning" becomes the Latin phrase "come un fulmine" or "come la luce."

The Latin translation of "at lightning speed" is "alla velocità della luce."

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