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(Misspelling of "light", when used to mean "lightweight") A suffix denoting a scaled-down or crippled product, often designed to be distributed without charge, e.g. on a magazine coverdisk. An example is pklite.
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light

1. An aperture through which daylight is admitted to the interior of a building.
2. A pane of glass, a window, or a compartment of a window.
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