Etymology
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aglow (adj.)

"in a glow, glowing," 1817 (in Coleridge), from a- (1) + glow (v.). Figurative sense of "flushed with pleasurable excitement" is from 1830.

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Definitions of aglow

aglow (adj.)
softly bright or radiant;
a house aglow with lights
Synonyms: lambent / lucent / luminous
From wordnet.princeton.edu