Definition of rutilous in English:

rutilous

adjective

technical, literary
  • Rutilant.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Matthew Stevenson (d. 1684), poet. From classical Latin rutilus of a warm or glowing red colour, ruddy + -ous.

Pronunciation

rutilous

/ˈruːtɪləs//ˈruːt(ə)l(ə)s/