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A nightlight is a small, usually electrical, light source placed for comfort or convenience in indoor dark areas or areas that become dark at certain times.
Nightlight, Night light, Nightlighting, or night-lighting may refer to:
- Nightlighting (menstrual cycle), a theory that lunar light affects the menstrual cycle
- Analog nightlight, a nickname for the Short-term Analog Flash and Emergency Readiness (SAFER) Act, or a TV station operating under the act
- Nightlighting (FCC), a requirement by the FCC for television stations to utilize provisions of the SAFER act during the DTV delay
Film and TV, books
- Nightlight (film), a 2003 television film starring Shannen Doherty
- "Night Light", a SpongeBob SquarePants episode.
- Night Light, a 1953 novel by Douglass Wallop
- Nightlight: A Parody, a 2009 Harvard Lampoon parody of the Twilight series. ISBN 978-0-307-47610-4.
- Night Lights (film) Bandidos Films 1998
- Night Light (Kevin Hearn and Thin Buckle album), a 2004 album by Kevin Hearn and Thin Buckle
- Night Light (2nd Chapter of Acts album), an album by 2nd Chapter of Acts
- Night Lights (Punchline album)
- Night Lights (Gene Ammons album)
- Night Lights Nelson Riddle discography posthumous release for both Cole and Riddle; recorded in 1955/56, 2001
- Night Lights Elliott Murphy
- Night-Light, an album by Miyuki Nakajima
- Nightlights (album), album by Jimmy Needham
- Night Lights (Nat King Cole song) Billboard year-end top 100 singles of 1956
- "Night Light", a song by Sleater-Kinney from their album The Woods
- "Night Light", a version of "Daylight" on the Aesop Rock EP Daylight
- Night Light (song), a 2012 song by UK singer Jessie Ware.
- "Turn Out The Nightlight", song by Tavares 1981
- "Nightlite", song by Bonobo 2006
- "Night Lights", song by Gerry Mulligan 1964
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