Definitions for "Lightness"
Keywords:  hue, perceptual, grey, brightness, gray
Illumination, or degree of illumination; as, the lightness of a room.
Absence of depth or of duskiness in color; as, the lightness of a tint; lightness of complexion.
Brightness of an area judged relative to the brightness of a white or highly-transmitting object/colour which has similar illumination.
The state, condition, or quality, of being light or not heavy; buoyancy; levity; fickleness; nimbleness; delicacy; grace.
the gracefulness of a person or animal that is quick and nimble
the property of being comparatively small in weight; "the lightness of balsa wood"
Lightness is a philosophical concept most closely associated with continental philosophy and existentialism, which is used in ontology. The term "lightness" varies in usage but is differentiated from physical weight, such as "the lightness of balsa wood". In other words, "light like a bird," as Paul Valéry wrote, "and not like a feather".
Keywords:  luminance, see
See luminance.