Luminaria

[vigil fire] A luminaria (rarely vigil fire) is a traditional small bonfire typically used during Las Posadas, a 9-day celebration culminating on Christmas Eve (la Nochebuena). The luminaria is widely used in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Luminaria is a loanword from Spanish that entered English in New Mexico. ==Form== In New Mexico tradition, the ...
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luminaria

luminaria A small candle set inside a paper bag that has been weighted with sand, usually placed outdoors with others as a Christmas decoration; originally, the plural of luminatrium.
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Luminaria

A luminaria or farolito{#tag:ref|`But farolitos and luminarias have come to mean the same thing in late 20th-century New Mexico parlance...`|group=`nb`}} (see naming controversy section below) is a small paper lantern (commonly a candle set in some sand inside a paper bag) which is of significance in New Mexico and in southwest United States a...
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