Fulgour (also fulgor) (noun)
Dazzling brightness; splendour; a bright light, a dazzling beam.
Late 16th century; earliest use found in Boece’s History of Scotland. From classical Latin fulgor brightness, brilliance, radiance, flash, flash of lightning, shining object, splendour, glory from fulgēre to shine + -or.
The rights to the adaptation are owned by YooZoo Pictures, but it’s rumoured that Amazon has approached the company and is prepared to pay up to $1 billion to make the show, according to a report in the Financial Times.
And it’s bloody terrifying!
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