Look up nimbus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Nimbus, from the Latin for "dark
cloud", is an anachronistic term for the type of cloud now ...
1 a : a luminous vapor, cloud, or atmosphere about a god or goddess when on
earth b : a cloud or atmosphere (as of romance) about a person or thing.
Nimbus definition, Classical Mythology. a shining cloud sometimes surrounding a
deity when on earth. See more.
n. pl. nim·bi (-bī′) or nim·bus·es. 1. A cloudy radiance said to surround a
classical deity when on earth. 2. A radiant light that appears usually in the form of
Nimbus | a dark grey rain-bearing cloud | Definition, pronunciation, examples &
A nimbus is a glowing light that encircles someone or something. A shadowy
figure standing in front of your car's headlights might have a nimbus around it.
(circle of light): In heraldry and art, a nimbus may be considered distinct from a
halo. .... nimbus in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short (1879) A Latin Dictionary ...
Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English ... a
supernatural being or a saint: a nimbus of power played around him, brighter
a rain-storm, pouring rain, thick shower; a black rain-cloud, thunder-cloud; a
cloud, nimbus, cloudy splendor (around a god); a cloud, mass, throng; [
figuratively] a ...
Top Definition. Nimbus. The imagined physical manifestation of your state of
mind. Although not of the physical plane, it can be observed through the actions