English to Latin Meaning of luminary - luminare

Luminary :

fons luminis, lucerna, luminare

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Definitions of luminary in English
Noun(1) a celebrity who is an inspiration to others
Examples of luminary in English
(1) The Europeans seem to be relying on the doubts of certain American luminaries, while those luminaries rely on lack of support by the Europeans.(2) Audiences at two screenings in Los Angeles, packed with film industry luminaries , were equally receptive.(3) Politicians and legal luminaries rubbed shoulders with film stars and top scientists recently.(4) Those in the habit of bemoaning Montreal's supposedly dead art scene will be biting their tongues hard this summer as imported art stars, local luminaries and great talents invade our galleries, museums and green spaces.(5) By the time the Navy approached Albert Einstein and other prominent Princeton scientific luminaries for help in these matters, they had tried a number of methods to achieve their goal.(6) Since the most productive of heat and warmth are Cancer and Leo, they assigned these to the greatest and most powerful heavenly bodies, the luminaries , as houses.(7) The event featured daily keynote addresses from industry luminaries and more than 60 technical seminars.(8) A voting Academy of up to 50 cricket luminaries - including present captains, match officials and former prominent players - is being established to vote on the individual awards.(9) The Moon's orb of around 12 degrees is also that which separates the luminaries when the new crescent Moon reappears after conjunction.(10) In short, we desire to participate in a truly ÔÇÿcatholicÔÇÖ reading of the text, even in those instances when that reading leads us to differ with past luminaries on certain theological issues(11) Analytical articles by legal luminaries will be a regular feature of the journal.(12) There are 10 planets in Astrology, beginning with the Sun and the Moon, which are also known as luminaries .(13) This closest of sky luminaries , a sphere as well as the Earth, casts its own shadows on its surface, tracing the shape that is then turned away from the sun.(14) He was followed by a number of good panels filled with various luminaries .(15) The 60s saw the biggest names in rock history pass through its doors including such luminaries as the Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Jimi Hendix.(16) This is reflected in the work of almost all the leading luminaries of modern architecture who, starting with a total Western outlook, have later felt the need to look more closely and deeply at Indian thought and tradition.
(1) lumber-room ::
locus ligna,
(2) lumber jack ::
jack portate
1. leading light ::
lux inducens
2. guiding light ::
luceque radiante,
3. inspiration ::
4. role model ::
partes exemplum
5. hero ::
6. heroine ::
7. leader ::
8. expert ::
9. master ::
10. lion ::
11. legend ::
12. celebrity ::
13. newsmaker ::
14. personality ::
15. great ::
16. giant ::
17. VIP ::
18. bigwig ::
19. rainmaker ::
1. nobody ::
Different Forms
luminaries, luminary
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