A limpid lake.
The definition of limpid is very clear or simple.
An example of something limpid is a crystal clear lake.
- perfectly clear; transparent; not cloudy or turbid: limpid waters
- characterized by clarity and elegant simplicity: limpid prose
Origin of limpidFrench limpide from Classical Latin limpidus, altered (? from liquidus, liquid) from Old Latin limpa, lumpa, water: see lymph
- Characterized by transparent clearness; pellucid. See Synonyms at clear.
- Free from clouds or haze: a limpid sky.
- Easily intelligible; clear: writes in a limpid style.
- Easily or pleasantly heard; distinct: playing the violin with a limpid tone.
- Flowing or moving gracefully: limpid movements of a dancer.
Origin of limpidLatin limpidus
- lim·pid′i·ty lim′pid·ness
From Latin limpidus.