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bulb a lighting device that is made of rounded glass and is inserted into an electrical fixture. [1/3 definitions]
carbon in carbon arc lighting or welding, either of two graphite rods into which electrical current is conducted to form the arc. [1/7 definitions]
cinematographer in a film crew, the main camera operator, who is responsible for lighting, camera angles, and the like.
coal gas a gas used for lighting and heating that is produced by the distillation of bituminous coal. [1/2 definitions]
gaffer a lighting technician on a television or film set. [1/2 definitions]
gas a flammable gas or mixture of gases, esp. when used for heating, cooking, or lighting. [1/14 definitions]
gasworks (used with a sing. verb) a plant at which gas is generated for use in heating and, esp. formerly, in lighting.
guacharo a nocturnal tropical South American bird from whose young is derived an oil used for cooking and lighting.
Hanukkah an eight-day festival beginning on the twenty-fifth day of Kislev in which, by lighting the menorah each night, Jews celebrate the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrians, the rededication of the temple at Jerusalem, and the miracle of the lamp.
illumination a light or lighting. [1/4 definitions]
indirect lighting lighting not directed at the object or area to be illuminated, but rather reflected, as off a ceiling, or diffused.
pendant a hanging decoration or lighting fixture in a room. [1/3 definitions]
sodium-vapor lamp an electric lamp used for lighting highways and streets, containing sodium and neon and giving off a yellow light.
son et lumière a dramatic presentation, or the technique of such, using special lighting effects and live or recorded narration or music, often presented at a historic site.
techie (informal) a technician, esp. one that does sound and lighting for stage performances. [1/2 definitions]