ignition |igˈni sh ən| SET ON FIRE

the action of setting something on fire or starting to burn : three minutes after ignition, the flames were still growing.

ORIGIN early 17th cent. (denoting the heating of a substance to the point of combustion or chemical change): from medieval Latin ignitio(n-), from the verb ignire ‘set on fire’ (see ignite ).

 
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