The Latin word illustris He arrived in Spanish as illustrious . This is called who is distinguished by its origin , his lineage or his lineage . The notion can also be used to qualify someone famous, popular or recognized .
For example: “The illustrious writer will give a conference tomorrow in the auditorium of the university”, "The small second division club surprised to hire the illustrious Argentine coach", "Today we will have an illustrious visit to our program: it is a multi-award-winning actor who is the protagonist of one of the greatest hits of television".
The concept is usually linked to the admiration that arises for someone from their achievements. When a person It becomes admired by many people, it is said to be illustrious.
The American Stephen King , to cite a case, is a illustrious writer . He has sold millions of books and many of his works They had very successful film adaptations. He also won dozens of literary awards. Because King It has a lot of fans and every time it is presented at a public event it brings together numerous readers. Given this reality, there is no doubt that the American is a illustrious author .
A illustrious scientist , meanwhile, he is the one who is respected by his colleagues thanks to his discoveries and works. These are usually individuals with extensive experience who are valued for their contributions to the science .
Illustrious, finally, it can be a treatment of courtesy (Illustrious Lord , Very Illustrious Lord ) or an honorary title (Illustrious Citizen , Illustrious Visitor ).