star [-'s, -s] n
- Heavenly body; shining points of light in the night sky; [plural] Milky Way; stellar display.
- Celebrity; genius; great one; special person; selected indivual.
- A general term for a point of light in a constellation.
- Wish; miracle; special phenomenon; beautiful thing; signal of hope; dream to come true.
- Small meteorite; shooting star.
- Lesser light; smaller celestial being; less prominent but nevertheless worthy of heaven.
- Sparkling entity; glittering orb.
- Reflection; glimmer.
- Lofty goal; unreachable object.
- Director; guide; heavenly map; divine guidance.
- Polar center; central point in the heavens around which other heavenly bodies move.
- The United States flag; the red, white, and blue emblem of the independent government in North America.
- Six-pointed symbol [*]; pointed punctuation mark in a text; [fig.] heavenly being; splendid multi-faceted person who has left mortality but leaves a hint of eternal life.
- Saint; righteous person; being of great renown.
- Bright orb; glowing point of light; distant object in the night sky.
- Phrase. “border star”: evening planet on faintly visible on the horizon at sunset; [metaphor] frontier newspaper in Missouri in the mid-1800's.
- Phrase. “Morning Stars”: pre-mortal choir; female singers who rejoiced when the Lord laid the earth's foundations; daughters of God who sang for joy when the world was created (see Job 38:4-7).
- Phrase. “the Morning Star”: Venus; the second planet from the sun in Earth's solar system; the star-like planet that appears in the east just before dawn; [fig.] the Lord; the resurrection of the dead (see Revelation 2:28, 22:16).
- Phrase. “Star of Bethleem/Bethlehem”: astrological phenomenon; extremely bright body of light that appeared in the sky at the birth of Jesus (see Matthew 2:1-10).
- Phrase. “the northern star”: polar center; Arctic view of the sky; compass point in the heavens around which other heavenly bodies move.