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A celestial body, as the sun or moon or an object that gives light; or, a person of eminence or brilliant achievement.

From Old French luminarie or late Latin luminarium, from Latin lumen, lumin- ‘light’. Luminary may refer to:

  • Luminary (astrology), in traditional astrology, one of the two brightest and most astrological planets: the Sun and the Moon


  • The Luminary, Atlanta, Georgia's first newspaper (1846–1849)
  • Luminary (Laramore), a public artwork created in 2008 on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


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