natural light as a collection of beams or rays, sunlight.
In the next sentence from the North Wind and the Sun, we again have a set of clauses conjoined by il:
il ñamma ē anlūi ē ancālli nā ā malō
il ñamma jalūra rū sāen āñ pēxa ā marāona;
In the first clause we see that the Sun has done “ē anlūi ē ancālli“, and in the second clause, the wanderer (marāona) has moved the cloak (jalūra) away from himself (rū sāen āñ pēxa).
ē anlūi ē ancālli is a phrase conjoined with ē and meaning “light and ???”. ??? will be covered tomorrow.