Morning Star

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Morning Star or Morningstar may refer to:

Astronomy[edit]

  • Morning star, most commonly used as a name for the planet Venus when it appears in the east before sunrise. Venus is also the Evening Star.
  • Morning star, a name for the star Sirius, which appears in the sky just before sunrise during the Dog Days
  • Morning star, a (less common) name for the planet Mercury when it appears in the east before sunrise

Mythology and theology[edit]

Christianity[edit]

  • Lucifer, sometimes translated from Latin as "morning star"
  • Jesus, self-described as "the bright Morning Star" in the Christian Bible
  • John the Baptist, called a "bright morning star" in Eastern Orthodox Church hymnnology
  • Mary the mother of Jesus, called "morning star" in the Litany of Loreto

Other mythologies and theologies[edit]

People[edit]

  • Morning Star (chief), Northern Cheyenne leader, also known as Dull Knife
  • Richard Morningstar (born 1945), ambassador, Special Envoy of the United States Secretary of State for Eurasian Energy
  • Erica Morningstar (born 1989), Canadian swimmer
  • Chip Morningstar, American author, developer, programmer and designer of software systems
  • John Wycliffe, the English theologian, sometimes referred to as the "Morning Star of the Reformation"

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Arts and entertainment[edit]

Literature[edit]

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Film and television[edit]

Music[edit]

Classical music[edit]

Artists[edit]

  • The Morningstars, a band fronted by Sierra Leonean musician S. E. Rogie

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Other arts[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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