|Subject:||Lucifer vs. Satan|
|Author:||Lucille (Authenticated as Lucille)|
|Date:||April 1, 2004 at 2:39:38 AM|
I've heard some people say that they're not one and the same person. What do the expert name etymologists have to say about this? I mean, how a Latin name like Lucifer could've found its way into a Hebrew script... I also wonder how old both names are, btw. From which century do they date?
I also wonder if there have been male persons named Lucifer in the past... I mean, there have been people named Jude or Judas (he who betrayed Jesus), so if people are willing to name his child that name, there must be some Lucifers around... no? Did you hear of any cases?
I just spotted a teenage girl on the Internet called Lucifer, and she was Asian... it was funny to see that name on a girl. :-)
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