Lucifer

the planet Venus as the 'Morning Star'. Lucifer is the symbol of purity and wisdom, and not of the devil; the alter-ego and 'better half ' of the earth.
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Lucifer

In Christian theology, another name for the devil, the leader...
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Lucifer

Angel of light. Sometimes considered a synonym for Satan.
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Lucifer

Lu'ci·fer noun [ Latin , bringing light, noun , the morning star, from lux , lucis , light + ferre to bring.] 1. The planet Venus, when appearing as the morning star; -- applied in Isaiah by a metaphor to a king of Babylon. « How art thou fal...
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lucifer

1. The planet Venus, when appearing as the morning star; applied in Isaiah by a metaphor to a king of Babylon. 'How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning ! how art thou cut down to the ground which didst weaken the nations !' (Is. Xiv. 12) 'Tertullian and Gregory the Great understood this passage of Isaiah in reference to the f...
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Lucifer

• (n.) Hence, Satan. • (n.) A match made of a sliver of wood tipped with a combustible substance, and ignited by friction; -- called also lucifer match, and locofoco. See Locofoco. • (n.) The planet Venus, when appearing as the morning star; -- applied in Isaiah by a metaphor to a king of Babylon. • (n.) A genus of free-swimming...
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Lucifer

(from the article `Benoit, Peter`) ...(1877), which evoked historical events in Antwerp; the operas Het dorp in`t gebergte (1857; `The Mountain Village`) and Pompeja (1895); the ...
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Lucifer

(from the article `Vondel, Joost van den`) ...Gebroeders, an Old Testament tragedy of the same year, is the first of his plays on the Greek model; they include Jeptha (1659) and his greatest ...
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Lucifer

in classical mythology, the morning star (i.e., the planet Venus at dawn); personified as a male figure bearing a torch, Lucifer had almost no ...
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Lucifer

bishop of Cagliari, Sardinia, who was a fierce opponent of the heresy of Arianism (q.v.). To further his rigorously orthodox views, he founded the ...
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Lucifer

Lucifer 1. The morning star; the planet Venus when she appears in the sky before sunrise. 2. The rebel archangel whose fall from heaven was supposed to be referred to in Isaiah xiv. 12 (in the Old Testament Bible); Satan, the Devil. 3. Literally, 'light-bearing', 'light-bringer', or 'bringing light'. In Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions; chief...
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Lucifer

[Geefs] = May 2 = ==Mac and Mc surnames== I do quite a bit of category sorting in my `spare time`. It`s a worthy endeavour that I commend to everyone. In particular, I make sure that surnames starting with Mac or Mc are all sorted under Mac (as our guidelines require). I am continually coming across such names that I`ve never heard before, ...
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Lucifer

Lucifer (lOO'sifur) [Lat.,=light-bearing], in Christian tradition a name for Satan. In the Vulgate, Lucifer served as a translation of the Hebrew epithet meaning “Day Star,” a name associated with the presumptuous King of Babylon in the Book of Isaiah. Some early Christian writers fo...
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Lucifer

Lucifer is a term used figuratively by Isaiah in the Bible and applied to the Babylonian king, but it was mistaken by the commentators for a reference to Satan.
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Lucifer

In Christian theology, another name for the devil, the leader of the angels who rebelled against God. In Greek mythology, Lucifer is another name for the morning star (the planet Venus)
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lucifer

a match made of a sliver of wood tipped with a combustible substance, and ignited by friction. First manufactured in the 1830's.
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lucifer

mid-19th century brand name for friction matches. Also 'Lucifers'.
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Lucifer

[magazine] Lucifer was a journal published by Helena Blavatsky. The first edition was issued in September 1887 in London. ==History== The journal was first published by Blavatsky. From 1889 until Blavatsky`s death in May 1891 Annie Besant was a co-editor. Besant then published the journal until September 1895, when George Robert Stowe Mead ...
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Lucifer

[prawn] Lucifer is a little-known and degenerate genus of prawns, the only genus in the family Luciferidae. Lucifer has a long body, but many fewer appendages than other prawns, with only three pairs of pereiopods remaining, all without claws. It also bears no gills. The females, uniquely among prawns, carry the fertilised eggs on her pleop...
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Lucifer

[cipher] In cryptography, Lucifer was the name given to several of the earliest civilian block ciphers, developed by Horst Feistel and his colleagues at IBM. Lucifer was a direct precursor to the Data Encryption Standard. One version, alternatively named DTD-1, saw commercial use in the 1970s for electronic banking. == Overview == One varia...
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Lucifer

Lucifer (ər or ər) is the King James Version rendering of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל in Isaiah {bibleref2-nb|Isaiah|14:12|KJV}. This word, transliterated hêlêl or heylel, occurs only once in the Hebrew Bible and according to the KJV-influenced Strong`s Concordance means `shining one, morning star, Lucifer`. The word Lucifer is taken from ......
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