transparent; esp., easily understood
Origin of transpicuousModern Latin transpicuus from Classical Latin transpicere, to see through from trans-, trans- + specere, to look at: see spy
Easily understood or seen through: transpicuous motives.
Origin of transpicuousFrom New Latin trānspicuus from Latin trānspicere to see through trāns- trans- specere to look at ; see spek- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more transpicuous, superlative most transpicuous)
From the Latin word, trÄnspicuus (“transparent").