Etymology: Late Latin fuliginosus, from Latin fuligin-, fuligo soot; akin to Lithuanian dūlis cloud, vapor, and probably to Latin fumus smoke — more at fume
1 a: sooty b: obscure, murky
2: having a dark or dusky colorhttp://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ful...fuliginous
1. sooty: having the color or consistency of soot or smoke
2. obscure: like soot in cloudiness or obscurityhttp://encarta.msn.com/encnet/features/dictio...fuliginous
ADJECTIVE: 1. Sooty. 2. Colored by or as if by soot.http://www.bartleby.com/61/53/F0355300.htmlfuliginous
. adj. / fyVSlijEnEs /. L. having the color of soot : dark, duskyhttp://www.spellingbee.com/2004cwl%20frequent...
hyaline, distinctly fuscous on the margins of the cross
veins and furcation of the third vein.https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/1811/2087...
--- Descriptions of Horseflies from Middle America.
3 Transverse median vein of fore wing meeting the media beyond the origin of the basal; third submarginal cell usually petiolate; spines of the tarsal comb from one to two times as long as the thickness of the tarsus; wings never wholly deep fuliginoushttp://www.hr-rna.com/RNA/Other%20insect%20pa...
Wings fuliginous irised.http://books.google.de/books?id=-rwQAAAAIAAJ...
Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah --- 1852
... is a well-known barley pathogen. This species produces fuliginous
to yellowish or olivaceous brown conidia with round basal cells, and in most cases several conidia are produced on a single conidiophore (Shoemaker, 1962, Sivanesan, 1987).http://www.bspp.org.uk/NDR/july2007/2007-57.asprußfarben
ruß|far|ben, ruß|far|big : schwarz u. glanzlos. http://www.duden.de/duden-suche/werke/fx/000/...
They tossed Mr. Welles most of the story and let him play it in his hot, fuliginous