Bright may refer to:
- Brightness, the perception of how dark or light a source of luminance is
- Being bright (adjective), describing colloquially, something with intelligence (trait)
- The Brights movement, a social movement promoting the naturalistic world view
- A bright (noun), is a person with a naturalistic world view (capital B is used if the person is a member of the Brights movement, see above)
- Bright's disease, historical classification of kidney diseases
- Brighter a song by American rock band Paramore from debut album "All We Know Is Falling"
Other articles related to "bright":
... House was a Jacobethan manor house built in 1869 by Henry Arthur Bright, the shipping magnate, and was originally known as Ashfield ... stayed at the house while it was owned by the wealthy Bright family ... In 1921 it was bequeathed by the Bright family to the city of Liverpool on condition that it was held in trust to be used as a home for 'girls of ...
... Ronnie Bright (born Ronald David Bright, October 18, 1938, New York) is an American R B and doo wop singer of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s ...
... Bright 106.4 FM, local radio station in Sussex, UK Bright (American band), an experimental pop group from Brooklyn, New York Bright (album), the eponymous debut from the aforementioned group Bright (Jap ...
... Honor Bright were voted on to the Vans Warped Tour in 2008, playing the Ernie Ball Stage at the Buffalo, NY (Darien Center) show on July 24 of that year ... In October 2008, Honor Bright signed with The Artery Foundation which manages bands including Alesana, A Day To Remember and A Static Lullaby ... For the second consecutive year, Honor Bright won a spot on the Van's Warped Tour ...
... The Bright and Hitchcocks store had its origins in two stores, one run by the Hitchcock brothers in Yarra Street, and the other by William Bright in Moorabool Street ... merged in 1855, and their store opened under the "Bright and Company" name on the south-east corner of Moorabool and Little Malop Streets ... The name "Bright and Hitchcocks" was adopted in 1861, even though Bright retired in 1865 ...
Famous quotes containing the word bright:
“The hunt is up, the morn is bright and grey,
The fields are fragrant and the woods are green.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“My opinion is that the Northern states will manage somehow to muddle through.”
—John Bright (18111889)
“Hail holy Light, of spring of Heavn first-born,
Or of th Eternal Coeternal beam
May I express thee unblamd? since God is Light,
And never but in unapproached Light
Dwelt from Eternitie, dwelt then in thee,
Bright effluence of bright essence in create.
Or hearst thou rather pure Ethereal stream,
Whose Fountain who shall tell?”
—John Milton (16081674)