Definition of translucid in English:

translucid

Pronunciation /tranzˈl(j)uːsɪd/ /trɑːnzˈl(j)uːsɪd/ /transˈl(j)uːsɪd/

adjective

  • 1rare Allowing the passage of light so that objects within or on the other side can be seen clearly; = "translucent".

  • 2Allowing light to pass through diffusely; semi-transparent; (sometimes also) emitting or reflecting a diffuse, soft light; = "translucent". Now somewhat rare.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Helkiah Crooke (1576–1648), physician and anatomist. From classical Latin translūcidus transparent or translucent from trans- + lūcidus.