Illuminator



[ih-loo-muh-ney-ter] /ɪˈlu məˌneɪ tər/

noun
1.
a person or thing that illuminates.
2.
a device for illuminating, as a light source with a lens or mirror for concentrating light.
3.
a person who paints manuscripts, books, etc., with designs in color, gold, or the like.

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