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Brilliant may refer to:
- Brilliant (album), a 2012 album by Ultravox
- Brilliant (band), a British pop/rock group active in the 1980s
- "Brilliant" (song), a song by D'espairsRay
- Brilliant Classics, Dutch classical music record label
- Brilliant, British Columbia, a community in Canada
- Brilliant, Alabama, a town in the U.S.
- Brilliant, New Mexico
- Brilliant, Ohio, a town in the U.S.
- Brillian (schooner), a schooner at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut
- HMS Brilliant (1757), a 36-gun fifth-rate launched in 1757 and sold in 1776
- HMS Brilliant (1779), a 28-gun sixth-rate launched in 1779 and broken up in 1811
- HMS Brilliant (1891), an Apollo-class light cruiser launched in 1891 and sunk in 1918
- HMS Brilliant (H84), a B-class destroyer launched in 1930
- HMS Brilliant (F90), a Type-22 frigate launched in 1978
- USS Brillian (1862), a steamer purchased by the Union Navy during the American Civil War
- USS Brilliant (ID-1329), a commercial tug for U.S. Navy service during World War I but never commissioned
- Brilliant (diamond cut)
- Brilliant (film), a 2004 TV film
- Brilliant!, 1995/96 art show of Young British Artists in Minneapolis and Houston
- The Fast Show or Brilliant!, a BBC series
- Brilliant, a 1950s cartoon character in the Dick Tracy comic strip
- Brilliant, several species of hummingbirds in the genus Heliodoxa.
People with the name
- Ashleigh Brilliant (born 1933), author and syndicated cartoonist
- Fredda Brilliant (1903–1999), Polish sculptor and actress
- Larry Brilliant, American physician, epidemiologist, technologist, and author
- Brilliant Dadashova, Azerbaijani pop singer
- HMS Brilliant, a list of ships with the name
- Brillant (disambiguation)
- Brilliance (disambiguation)
- Birilyant, a dance
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