Is Allah’s Light Reflected From Muhammad?

I was looking through a list of names & titles for Muhammad and found this as one of his honorifics.

==> as-Siraaj,
“The Lamp/ Lantern” – i.e.: as-Siraaj al-Muneer, “The Lamp of Illuminated, Ever-glowing, Ever-Enlightening, Incandescent. (from 33:46)

Then I recalled that one of Allah’s name was an-Noor, which means ‘the Light’.

However, according to Sura 10:5, NOOR is the reflected light of the moon, while the sun is called SIRAAJ.

Does this mean that Allah’s light (noor) is just reflected light from Muhammad (siraaj)?
Is this right?

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