Complete Definition of "star"

see|Star
English
Image:Merope.jpg|thumb|right|230px|Stars (1)

Etymology
Old English steorra.

Pronunciation
IPA|/stÉ:/
audio|en-us-star.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)|-ÉË(r)

Noun
en-noun

  1. A luminous celestial body, made up of plasma (particularly hydrogen and helium), forming a sphere. Thousands of stars are visible in the night sky. Depending on context the sun may or may not be included.
  2. figurative A person or thing held as a positive example. A star athlete.
  3. rfd-redundant A celebrity or noteworthy performer.
Translations
trans-top|a luminous celestial body
Afrikaans: ster
Albanian: t-|sq|yll|xs=Albanian
Arabic: Arab|ÙجÙØ© (nájma) f
Armenian: t-|hy|Õ¡Õ½Õ¿Õ²|scHayeren|xsArmenian
Aromanian: t|roa-rup|steauo
Aymara: warawara
Azerbaijani: ulduz
Basque: izar
Belarusian: zorka
Bosnian: t-|bs|zvijezda|f
Breton: steredenn f, steredennoù, stered collective noun, steredenn f|s
Bulgarian: t+|bg|звезда|tr=zvezda
Catalan: estrella f, estel m
Chechen: seda
Chinese: zh-ts|ææ|ææ (héng xÄ«ng)
Cornish: steren
Croatian: t+|hr|zvijezda|f
Czech: t+|cs|hvÄzda|f
Danish: t-|da|stjerne|c
Dutch: t+|nl|ster|f
Esperanto: t-|eo|stelo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t+|et|täht
Ewe: ɣletivi n
Fang: otiteñ
Fijian: kalo kalo
Faroese: t+|fo|stjørna|f|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|tähti
French: t+|fr|étoile|f, t+|fr|astre, t+|fr|vedette|f
Frisian: stjer
Gaulish: sirom
German: Stern :de:Stern|^ m
Gilbertese: toui toui
Greek: t+|el|αÏÏέÏι|n|trastéri|scGrek, t+|el|άÏÏÏο|n|trástro|scGrek, t+|el|αÏÏέÏαÏ|m|trastéras|scGrek, t+|el|αÏÏήÏ|m|trastír|scGrek, t+|el|αÏÏÏί|n|trastrí|scGrek, t+|el|άÏÏεÏαÏ|m|trásteras|scGrek
Guarani: mbyja
Haitian Creole: zetwal
Hebrew: ×××× (kokhav) m
Hungarian: t+|hu|csillag
Icelandic: t+|is|stjarna
Ido: stelo
Indonesian: t+|id|bintang|xs=Indonesian
Interlingua: stella
Irish: t-|ga|réalta|f|xs=Irish
Isthmus Zapotec: streya, beleguí
Istro-Romanian: tø|ruo|stevu|xs=Istro-Romanian
Italian: t+|it|stella|f
trans-mid
Japanese: æ (ã»ã, hoshi), ææ (ãããã, kÅsei)
Korean: ë³ (byeol)
Kurdish: t+|ku|stêr|f, t+|ku|ئÙâستÛرÙâ|sc=KUchar
Latin: t+|la|stella|f, t-|la|astrum|n
Latvian: zvaigzne f
Lithuanian: t+|lt|žvaigždÄ|xs=Lithuanian
Macedonian: Ñвезда (dzvezda)
Malayalam: à´¨à´àµà´·à´¤àµà´°à´ (nakshathram), താരഠ(thaaram)
Maltese: t-|mt|niġma|f|xs=Maltese
Marshallese: iju
Megleno-Romanian: tø|ruq|steau̯Ä|f|xs=Megleno-Romanian
Nahuatl: citlalli
Nauruan: edetan
Norwegian: t-|no|stjerne|f
Old English: t-|ang|steorra|m|xs=Old English
Persian: fa-Arab|ستار٠(setÄre), fa-Arab|اختر (axtar)
Polish: t+|pl|gwiazda|f
Portuguese: t+|pt|estrela|f
Quenya: elen
Rapanui: hetu`u
Romanian: t-|ro|stea|f
Russian: t+|ru|звезда|f|trzvezdá|scCyrl
Sanskrit: ताà¤à¤°à¤¾, तारà¤à¤¾, तारिà¤à¤¾, नà¤à¥à¤·à¤¤à¥à¤°à¤
Sardinian: isteddu m
Scottish Gaelic: reul f, rionnag f
Serbian

Slovak: t-|sk|hviezda|f
Slovene: t+|sl|zvezda|f
Spanish: t+|es|estrella|f, t+|es|astro|m
Sranantongo: stari
Swahili: nyota (nc 9/10)
Swedish: t+|sv|stjärna|c
Tagalog: bituin, tala
Tahitian: fetiâa
Tajik: sitora
Telugu: à°¨à°à±à°·à°¤à±à°°à° (nakshatraM), తార (tAra), à°à±à°à±à° (chukka)
Tamazight: âµâµâµâµ (itri) m
Tupinambá: îasytatá
Turkish: t+|tr|yıldız
Turkmen: yyldyz
Ugaritic: kbkb
Vietnamese: ngôi sao, sao
Welsh: t-|cy|seren|xs=Welsh
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trans-top|a person or thing
Afrikaans: ster
Albanian: t-|sq|yll|xs=Albanian
Arabic: ARchar|ÙجÙØ© (nájma) f
Bosnian: t-|bs|zvijezda|f
Bulgarian: t+|bg|звезда|tr=zvezda
Catalan: estrella f, estel m
Chinese: æ (xÄ«ng)
Czech: t+|cs|hvÄzda|f
Dutch: t+|nl|ster|f
Esperanto: t-|eo|stelo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t+|et|täht
Faroese: t+|fo|stjørna|f|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|tähti, t+|fi|huippu
French: t+|fr|étoile|f, t+|fr|vedette|f
Greek: t+|el|αÏÏέÏι|n|trastéri|scGrek
Hebrew: ×××× (kokhav)
Ido: stelo
Interlingua: stella
Italian: t+|it|stella|f
Japanese: æ (ã»ã, hoshi)
Korean: ë³ (byeol)
trans-mid
Kurdish: t+|ku|stêr|m|f
Latin: t+|la|stella|f
Macedonian: Ñвезда (dzvezda)
Malayalam: താരഠ(thaaram)
Maltese: t-|mt|niġma|xs=Maltese
Persian: fa-Arab|ستار٠(setÄre), fa-Arab|اختر (axtar)
Polish: t+|pl|gwiazda|f
Portuguese: t+|pt|estrela|f, t+|pt|astro|m
Romanian: t-|ro|stea|f
Russian: t+|ru|звезда|f|trzvezdá|scCyrl
Sardinian: isteddu m
Serbian

Slovak: t-|sk|hviezda|f
Slovene: t+|sl|zvezda|f
Spanish: t+|es|estrella|f
Swedish: t+|sv|stjärna|c
Welsh: t-|cy|seren|xs=Welsh
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trans-top|a celebrity
Afrikaans: ster
Albanian: t-|sq|yll|xs=Albanian
Arabic: ARchar|ÙجÙØ© (nájma) f
Bosnian: t-|bs|zvijezda|f
Breton: steredenn f, steredennoù p
Bulgarian: t+|bg|звезда|tr=zvezda
Catalan: estrella f, estel m
Chinese: æ (xÄ«ng)
Czech: t+|cs|hvÄzda|f
Dutch: ster f, vedette (3) m|f
Esperanto: t-|eo|stelo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t+|et|täht
Faroese: t+|fo|stjørna|f|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|tähti
French: étoile f, vedette f, star m|f
Frisian: stjer
German: Prominenter m, Prominente f, Promi m, Star :de:Star|^ m
Greek: αÏÏέÏι (astéri) n, αÏÏέÏÎ±Ï (astéras) m, ÏÏÎ±Ï (star) m
Hebrew: ×××× (kokhav)
Hungarian: sztár
Icelandic: t+|is|stjarna
Ido: stelo
Indonesian: t+|id|bintang|xs=Indonesian
Interlingua: stella
Italian: t+|it|stella|f
trans-mid
Japanese: æ (ã»ã, hoshi)
Korean: ë³ (byeol)
Kurdish: t+|ku|stêr|m|f
Latin: t+|la|stella|f
Latvian: zvaigzne
Macedonian: Ñвезда (dzvezda)
Malayalam: താരഠ(thaaram)
Maltese: t-|mt|stilla|xs=Maltese
Persian: t+|fa|ستارÙ|trsetÄre|scFAchar|xs=Persian
Polish: t+|pl|gwiazda|f
Portuguese: t+|pt|estrela|f, t+|pt|astro|m
Romanian: t-|ro|stea|f
Russian: t+|ru|звезда|f|trzvezdá|scCyrl
Sardinian: isteddu m
Serbian

Slovak: t-|sk|hviezda|f
Slovene: t+|sl|zvezda|f
Spanish: t+|es|estrella|f
Swedish: t+|sv|stjärna|c
Telugu: తార (tAra)
Veps: tähtaz
Welsh: t-|cy|seren|xs=Welsh
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Translations to be checked

checktrans
a luminous celestial body
ttbc|Belarusian: зоÑка (zórka) f
ttbc|Norwegian: stjerne
ttbc|Tagalog: bituin
ttbc|Ukrainian: зÑÑка (zírka) f
ttbc|Vietnamese: sao

Verb
en-verb|star|r|ed

  1. To appear as a featured performer or headliner, especially in an entertainment program; see (3) above.

Translations

French: tenir le rôle principal
Interlingua: tener le rolo principal
mid
Portuguese: estrelar
Telugu: t|te|à°¨à°à±à°·à°¤à±à°°à°|sc=Telu
Welsh: serennu

Derived terms
binary star
double star
fixed star
neutron star
shooting star
starfish, seastar
starry
starry-eyed
stars in one's eyes
star-crossed
starman
star system
starquake
stellar
superstar
starscape

See also
astronomy
black hole
galaxy
moon
mullet<!-- a type of star in heraldry -->
planet
red giant

Category:1000 English basic words


Bosnian

Adjective
star m s

  1. old

Synonyms
stari#Bosnian|stari

Category:Bosnian adjectives


Croatian

Adjective
star m

  1. old

Category:Croatian adjectives


Dutch

Adjective
star

  1. stiff, frozen
  2. rigid

Serbian

Adjective
star m

  1. old

See also
ÑÑаÑ#Serbian|ÑÑаÑ

Synonyms
stari#Serbian|stari

Category:Astronomy
Category:Serbian adjectives
Category:Stars|*

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fa:star
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hy:star
hi:star
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it:star
kk:star
ku:star
lt:star
hu:star
nah:star
ja:star
no:star
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pl:star
pt:star
ru:star
simple:star
sl:star
sr:star
fi:star
sv:star
ta:star
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