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
==Media== *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
===Fiction=== *"Luminary" (Millennium), the 12th episode of season 2 (and 34th overall) of Millennium, which aired in 1998 *Global Luminary or Luminary – Rise of the Goonzu, a game on game portal NDOORS *The Luminaries, 2013 novel by Eleanor Catton
==See also== *Festival of Lights (disambiguation) *Kobe Luminarie, a Japanese light festival *Luminaire, a light fixture *Luminaria, a type of Mexican lantern *Luminárias, a Brazilian municipality located in the state of Minas Gerais *My Luminaries, a British alternative rock band, active 2004–2010