Lucifer, son of the morning

Great red dragon

Different man.
Trueth  6/13/2021
Beautiful name with a beautiful meaning. It's just a shame that Christians would never leave you or your child alone.
soul11  6/11/2021
Despise! Why not just Lucy or Lucile?
Crystal_Fox  3/3/2021
I really admire the name Lucifer and the meaning but not the association.
― Anonymous User  2/27/2021
I actually like the name Lucifer despite the association with the devil. I think the name is really cute and handsome.
― Anonymous User  2/13/2021
Do people seriously name their child this? Even with the terrible association with Lucifer the fallen angel? It's basically the equivalent of naming your child Satan.
― Anonymous User  2/12/2021
This name sounds so innocent but still, no. It's better than Satan though.
animallover09  1/18/2021
I don’t like this name at all even without the devil association. It just sounds weird to me. Maybe as a middle name.
ciara23  1/8/2021
I'm thinking about going by Lucifer with Cipher for short. I think it's a great name.
― Anonymous User  1/2/2021
Although it's associated with the bible, at least it's better than Satan.
― Anonymous User  12/28/2020
Inxpect  12/20/2020
I do hope that no one is naming their girl this, this is a boy name and it is very rare and is not a combination of Lucy and Jenifer, get your facts right, read the meaning and history of the name and you’ll find out.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2020
Robert De Niro's character name in the movie, "Angel Heart" (1987) was Louis Cyphre... He Was supposed to be the devil in the movie..

A Huge number of cats are named Lucifer!

Someone here said why couldn't Satan have a name like "Bob", (so the name Lucifer wouldn't be demonized)
I was LMAO!
Remember Flip Wilson's "The devil made me do it!"

No no!.. BOB made me do it!
SuzeS  12/10/2020
noisynora  11/28/2020
Not super religious myself, so can't say I've anything against this name. It also just so happens to be the name of one of my favorite television series of all time. Would totally recommend this name to anyone feeling adventurous. To me, it gives off an air of mystery and mystic, and if it weren't so closely associated with evil, I think it would be pretty popular. Sadly, being that I've never had the pleasure of meeting someone named Lucifer, this is just my impression of it.
― Anonymous User  11/5/2020
This is Satan's name. I don't really like it because it sounds close to Jennifer, one of my favorite girl's names.
Anders1234  11/2/2020
I absolutely adore this name!
― Anonymous User  10/21/2020
My (real) name is Breathe, so it should be pretty obvious that I don't judge or discriminate against unique names at all, in fact, I absolutely adore them! However, “Lucifer”, in my opinion, is taking it to a whole other level... Satan is referred to as Lucifer, and Satan is the Prince of Darkness... That being said, I have no idea why anyone would desire to give their child this name, because it is the exact opposite of everything good, pure and righteous. Honestly, in my opinion, Lucifer is the worst name I've ever heard...
― Anonymous User  9/23/2020
Why couldn't Satan be called something like "Bob"? Fricking love this name, even if I'm a Christian.
Epichaxboi  9/16/2020
I’m actually a satanist, so maybe I’m biased, but I adore this name. I wish I could name a kid this, but they’d end up being bullied their whole life. Oh well, it’s still a gorgeous name.
― Anonymous User  7/28/2020
It’s not bad. It sounds lovely and has a good meaning but literally the worst association ever, considering that this is widely believed to be the name of the embodiment of evil.
Consider something else, maybe?
― Anonymous User  7/24/2020
When I was a kid, my aunt was pregnant with her third child. The first two were named Christopher and Jennifer (my cousins, of course). They told me if the baby was a boy, he would be named Lucifer, to match Christopher and Jennifer. My aunt said "No, he's NOT!" I'd never heard the name before and I thought it was beautiful. I was just a kid too and had no idea of its association with evil.
Justme123  7/10/2020
People, listen the devil is not the evil, the devil punishes evil.
Lucifer666  6/24/2020
Satan is not one to be played with. Repent your sins to God and ask him to your heart (become a Christian) and you'll find yourself in Heaven when you die. If you don't you'll burn in Hell with Satan. Jesus came to Earth to save you from that. Now please, spread this good news of Jesus and Heaven.
Romans 5:8.
― Anonymous User  5/24/2020
I don't understand why people believe Satan is a bad representative. Honestly. Because we have free will, God nor Satan can compel us to do stuff. You choose to do things whether they are bad or good. Satan punishes those who deserve punishment and ultimately it's our CHOICE to do bad stuff. All that stuff with people saying "Oh yea Satan is within you because you murdered someone." No. You did the crime, don't tie him with all that. I don't understand why it is so hard to understand, God gave us a choice. You chose.
notymcarats  5/12/2020
This name has great meaning and is beautiful-sounding, but it has the worst association possible. Definitely do not recommend for anything.
― Anonymous User  3/8/2020
The name Lucifer when translated in Latin means "light giver" or "morningstar". Lucifer was also used to refer to the planet Venus. According to the Dictionary of Angels, by Gustav Davidson, the name of Lucifer wasn't associated with Satan until "St. Jerome and other Church Fathers" associated the name with this figure. Davidson also includes that "the authors of the Old Testament knew nothing of fallen or evil angels", but they did "indicate that angels were not all that they should be". This would make sense, as the first written evidence of fallen angels did not occur till the writing of the Book of Enoch, which was written hundreds of years after the texts of the old testament. Also, translations in the old testament included in the Bible usually replace "morningstar" with the word "Lucifer" to refer to the devil, even though the text was originally referring to Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2020
It does sound really cool, but I would never name a child this because of you know, the connotations.
justpeachy  12/6/2019
In some countries, this name is actually illegal, I'm not surprised. I can't say whether it's a good or bad name because it's very controversial, but Luci is a cute nickname for it. Luci is the name of a demon character from a show called Disenchanted by Matt Groening.
Mermaidgirl960  10/5/2019
From 1880 to 2017, the Social Security Administration has recorded 115 babies born with the first name Lucifer in the United States.
Feiticeiro  8/25/2019
Name your child Lucifer and he’ll grow up using a ouija board and become a voodoo priest and you’ll have to call in an exorcist because he’ll get possessed. If he was a Christian, he would hate you for naming him after the Devil. There are a million other names out there. Why do you have to use this one?
― Anonymous User  7/15/2019
Lucifer may not refer to Satan in the bible but the morning star sure does, which is Satan's name when he was in heaven. I still would never name a child Lucifer that had a reference to Satan.
Yahkema  6/24/2019
If you're here, you should already know that Lucifer is Latin for "light bringer" or "morning star". This stems from the ancient pagan religions, where Venus was worshiped as the bringer of the dawn (light bringer). Venus is visible before sunrise, being the brightest "star" in the sky. As the dawn comes, Venus is still visible in the sky (morning star). Anyone who claims they wouldn't use the name Lucifer because they're Christian isn't a very good Christian. Try reading the bible instead of believing the stories you heard when you were a kid. Never once was the name Lucifer used for Satan until John Milton's Paradise Lost. The name Lucifer appears -twice- in the Bible: First used in the book of Isaiah, to describe the King of Babylon who believed himself to be greater than God and was struck down for his blasphemy. The second time is in Revelation when Jesus Christ identifies himself as Lucifer, calling himself the Morning Star. There are other uses of morning star in the bible that aren't relevant to the point I'm making, but to be clear: Lucifer is NOT the name of the devil. Lucifer is NOT the name of some rebel angel who became Satan. The story you heard about that has NO BIBLICAL FOUNDATION.
― Anonymous User  12/5/2018
If you're twisted enough to name your kid the name that belonged to Satan before the fall, then quite literally, God help you & the desperately poor child you curse with it!
ItsDeleceNotDallas  12/4/2018
Lucifer is a name that is combined by two girl names “Lucy and Jennifer. Lucifer is a very beautiful and delicate name, but I love it for a girl. I’m afraid I don’t care for Lucifer on a boy since it sounds so feminine. I love Lucifer for a girl especially paired with very feminine middle names like Juliana and Marie.
― Anonymous User  11/30/2018
I think this name is so cute! I think the association of Lucifer and Satan is pretty much unknown in Sweden (my home country), because Swedes are very atheist. I actually have more muslim friends in Sweden than christian friends. Me and my husband would love to name our son Lucifer, since Satan has no significance to us at all. However, I would not want him to be judged by his name. Like if he wanted to move to a country that is less atheist/agnostic than Sweden. And I wouldn't want his name to make people in his surroundings uneasy. I think it's a beautiful name and if it became popularized, it could lose the negative connotation.
― Anonymous User  11/26/2018
I kinda like this name as a unisex name. It’s a cute name for boys and girls, but I prefer it more for a girl because it’s a combination of two female names. “Lucy” + “Jennifer”= “Lucifer”. So technically I think it’s better as a feminine name than a masculine, but I don’t detest the name on a boy. It’s gender neutral. I hope to name my daughter this. Lucifer Lynn sounds cute :D!
― Anonymous User  11/17/2018
I can see why this would feel more like a feminine name than a masculine name. Lucifer is the combination of Lucy and Jennifer. Overall, I never even heard of this name. It think females can have any kind of names. No matter if they’re feminine, unisex, kri8iv, or masculine. It’s the males who have to deal with having only two kinds of name acceptability; masculine and only a few unisex names. I guess it’s great being girl. I wouldn’t name my daughter this though! But definitely not my son, if he’ll get teased.
― Anonymous User  11/3/2018
I’m Christian and I love this name!
Curious me  9/23/2018
Name your child what you want to name your child. Nobody else can tell you what to do. You should think this over carefully, though. Children can be very mean and they may tease your child.
fluidity  9/3/2018
Sadly, 24 baby boys were burdened with the name Lucifer in 2017.
― Anonymous User  8/23/2018
It sounds so beautiful, and I love the meaning morning star. It's so sad that this was Satan's former name. Well, there's always Lucas.
kayisforkeen  8/14/2018
Are you serious?! Your kid would get teased to no end with this name, no matter how pretty you think it is or the history. Kids can be assholes, especially nowadays.
Luvbug86  6/6/2018
I also really like that name but some family members are Christian and my mother seriously dislikes it for how it sounds and the meaning.
― Anonymous User  3/12/2018
It's an okay name minus the bad reputation this name gets.
The only problem is that this name sounds really old fashioned. It sounds like the kind of name that would be trending in the 1500's. I can't see a modern day kid having this name. Just sounds too old, but I do kind of like the way it sounds.
GiJeff  1/20/2018
I think this name is beautiful, and if I have a boy I would love to call him Lucifer. When I tell people this they look horrified. It's so nice to see that other people also like this name.
RuthCarmichael  1/17/2018
I think the name is a perfect fit for my personality. And I like the name inspired by a tv drama called “Lucifer” which the main character is very funny, same as me. When I am 17, I will change my name to Lucifer immediately.
Cody Lai jr  10/25/2017
It's a beautiful name. I like its meaning and the way it sounds. It seems elegant and strong.
― Anonymous User  8/13/2017
A notable real-life bearer of this name was Lucifer of Cagliari (though he is known as Lucifero di Cagliari in Italian), a medieval Italian bishop who is venerated as a saint in Sardinia: (in English).
Lucille  7/12/2017
I love Lousifer.
vishnu 66  6/14/2017
Don't punish the name, punish the association.
zackylmfao  11/25/2016
For me there's no problem to having the name LUCIFER. There's a feeling that you can't express. I feel MORE MASCULINE. Anyway, I used that name and I love it.
Lucifer76  7/28/2016
I can't think of this name without thinking of that ugly cat from Cinderella...
Blaxworth  6/17/2016
Lucifer is referred to in Isaiah 14:12 (KJV): "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!" In other versions a translation of the name is given, such as "day bringer", "morning star", "son of the morning". Isaiah wasn't referring to anyone who already existed; 14:12 occurs in the context of the Triumphant Exultation Over Babel, wherein Isaiah was prophesying about future human kings. John Milton in his work, Paradise Lost, introduced the character of Lucifer, an angel who fell because he would not serve God. Milton's work is a work of fiction and his character of Lucifer is a fictional character just as Harry Potter is a fictional character created by J.K. Rowling.
mamagoose 26  4/9/2016
The name Lucifer, in my opinion is a beautiful name. It has always annoyed me when people overreact, if someone says they like the name. I am not religious, but I'm aware of what it's associated with. Either way, someone shouldn't hesitate, or be harassed for liking the name or thinking about giving the name to a child.
― Anonymous User  3/7/2016
My true name is Lucifer Lux Morningstar. My parents said my name means God-given.
Lucifer Morningstar  3/1/2016
I believe Lucifer is a beautiful name and would not hesitate to name a child this. Nor do I believe a child's name would hinder their baptism. Not really sure where that line of thinking even comes from. I did however want to point one thing out though. Satan is not a name. Satan is Hebrew for "advisary".
So Lucifer's name did not change with the fall, just how he was referred to.
― Anonymous User  1/19/2016
Oh my gosh is Lucifer is beautiful/nice name. I don't know why, but I like that name for some reason, even though I know is Satan/Devil name.
marissa91  1/12/2016
First off, there is no evil character in the bible named Lucifer. Lucifer is only referenced once in the old testament and it refers to the fall of a Babylonian king. In the new testament, the only references to Lucifer are to Jesus.
Secondly, I named my son Lucifer just 9 months ago, despite getting a lot of flack from my wife's side of the family (who are Catholic). We love the name however, and it fits him perfectly. He is such a happy and loving little boy. We both call him Luc (loose) for short, and my wife's side of the family that is against the name has started calling him Luke. 90% of people who have heard his name since birth have given a positive response to it, and the other 10% either just give a strange look or ask a simple "why?"

We definitely didn't want a typical name. We wanted something strong and powerful, with real meaning behind it. We both decided on Lucifer before we were ever pregnant, and even after our first child (a daughter named Lilith), we kept the name available for our son, and I have never had a moment's regret. Anyone who meets him falls in love and I hope he keeps that quality throughout his life for his own benefit but also to bring honor back to such a powerful name.
― Anonymous User  10/5/2015
I personally love this name. It's a shame so many people would judge the child and parent if he/she was named this. It's just a name, and so what if in the bible the "bad guy" was named this? Not everyone reads or associates things with the bible. I'm Hellenic, as in I believe more in the Greek gods and goddesses so I see no harm with naming my son this. My family is really christian so saying my son would be Lucifer might anger them. I believe no-one should judge on what a person names their child. They could have a different idea on what the name means and doesn't just look at the historical terms of the chosen name.
daughter_of_hades16  10/1/2015
Oh, geez.

I like the name Lucifer because of its meaning "light-bringing". But aside of that, the associations bog this name down a huge margin.

As I am not religious (I am an agnostic) I don't seriously care about any satanic associations, but the loom of the name and the upcoming series Lucifer might bring the integrity of this name into question.

I am using this name as the name of the accidental anti-hero in my Gothic mystery story "Shadows in the Moonlight", the first name of Lucifer Enoch Talbot, a medical student who... ah ah AH!
Amedee Lupien  9/6/2015
This name sounds beautiful.
Being associated with the devil makes it all the more appealing!
Karlos  8/12/2015
Can someone please just write a bestselling novel with the main character's name being Lucifer who is shy and sweet so we can all go back to being normal? I would love to see this name being used because it is a beautiful name. That would be much appreciated!
― Anonymous User  5/17/2015
According to, as of 2014, 59 people have been named Lucifer in the US since 1880. (source:
Ali Hassan  1/30/2015
I absolutely love this name, but I would be afraid to name my son this because of the biblical reference. I feel like people would be very concerned if I named my son this, and they would assume something was wrong with me. It's such a shame since it is one of my favorite names.
lilpimpteller  1/24/2015
I came across this name while trying to find a nickname for "Lucky", and I think an innocent and fun nickname like that would draw the bad biblical reference out of the picture. I could see myself naming my son this and calling him "Lucky" in the future.
― Anonymous User  1/24/2015
Before it became associated with the Christian devil/Satan, Lucifer was a perfectly respectable Roman name. It was used as a translation for Phosphorus, the Greek personification of the morning star.

There's even an early Roman St Lucifer.
Walpurga  11/15/2013
The name Lucifer from the Latin words lux (lux) and fero (to bear). Contrary to popular belief, Lucifer is not the name of the Devil.
GoodNightingale  9/23/2013
The name of Lucifer was actually borne by a saint as well! This saint was Lucifer of Cagliari (Italy), who lived in the 4th century AD.

Another known bearer was a bishop of Siena (Italy), who died in the early 4th century AD.

So there you see: this name was borne even by devoutly religious men!
Lucille  1/15/2013
There was also a Lucifer (Lucifero) who was Bishop of Siena in the 4th century.
― Anonymous User  8/13/2012
This is also the name of a 4th century Italian (Sardinian) saint, Lucifer of Cagliari, called Lucifero in Italian. He was well known for his opposition to Arianism. There is also a Church of San Lucifero in Cagliari. To all those saying that Lucifer isn't a Christian name, put that in your pipe and smoke it.
― Anonymous User  7/31/2012
Personally, I think this is a beautiful name. I've always been fond of names beginning with "Luc". The only thing that holds me back from using it is the unfortunate association... Being nonreligious, it wouldn't bother me except that I wouldn't want my son being teased because it is a name associated with the Devil, and a commonly known one at that.
― Anonymous User  10/1/2011
I love this name. You could call them Luke for short. Also one of my friend's characters is named Lucifer, Lucifer Morningstar. Though the character is supposed to be the devil... Either way I love the name.
― Anonymous User  7/26/2011
I love the way Lucifer sounds and its meaning. It's timeless and beautiful.
RestlessWriter  6/27/2011
I absolutely love this name. It's a huge pity that it will never become popular...
Beatrix1  2/6/2011
Lucifer Chu, translator responsible for translating Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings into Chinese.
JungKyungSoon  1/10/2011
I know 2 kids, Lucifer and Damien. They both go to Catholic school. Nobody teases them about the bad connotations of their names. (Satan and his supposed son).
― Anonymous User  11/28/2010
I have always liked this name and I despise that people always associate it with bad things. I'm not religious so I honestly don't give a flying pancake about it. I think people need to get over it, seriously.
Junidoe-Josephine  11/2/2010
It would be nice if it wasn't the original name of the devil.
Black_X  7/6/2010
Not my favorite name. I personally dislike the sound of it (though it isn't horrible), though I have no problem with the connotations. I do like the Hebrew name that was translated into Lucifer--"Heylel" (äéìì) which I believe translates more directly as "shining." In any case, if someone wants a name with a similar meaning while avoiding the negative connotations that Christianity has given the name Lucifer, Heylel works.
TheAntiBella  5/14/2010
I love the dark, quiet strength of Lucifer.
vomiting  2/15/2010
Man doesn't anyone get that this name is associated with the angel who BETRAYED God? Who was once the most beautiful who turned into a power lusting and an ugly, evil creep?

Definitely a no on my list.
― Anonymous User  11/24/2009
In school I used to know someone with this name, actually. People were actually NOT ALLOWED to say his name. They *had* to shorten it to Luke. I feel really bad for him. Why should a name be against rules? :(
― Anonymous User  10/1/2009
The actual meaning is "light bearer".
fluffy_iam  8/26/2009
Famous Bearer: The fat cat in that princess movie.
― Anonymous User  6/18/2009
Lucious Malfoy's (you know, the death eater) name came from this.
― Anonymous User  2/28/2009
I personally don't like what it means, but I think it is pretty and I would definitely use it as a character in a story, probably either a rebel or a villain. I think it is more beautiful on a girl.
namine_fatale  2/13/2009
I knew a girl named Lucifer. Her sister's names were Lucy and Jennifer and the mom combined the two and created Lucifer. Regardless I think it is a cool name, connotations aside.
eschantie  12/12/2008
I really like Lucifer. It would make a really nice middle name.
metope  12/2/2008
I would like this name if it wasn't for the Satan association.
number1212  11/30/2008
The name of Lucifer should be put into the section of Roman Mythology, where it belongs first and foremost. Its place in Roman Mythology is much older than its place in the Judeo-Christian Legend.

As you may know, Roman mythology was strongly influenced by Greek mythology, meaning that the ancient Romans had incorporated many elements from Greek mythology into their own. Thus, some names were directly taken from Greek mythology and romanized (e.g. Hesperos became Vesper), others were simply translated into legitimate Latin. The name Lucifer is an example of that; it is a direct translation of Greek Phosphoros. Phosphoros was a name that was sometimes used for Eosphoros, the son of the Greek goddess Eos; Eosphoros was the Greek personification of the morning star. So, in short, Lucifer is another example of incorporation of Greek elements into Roman mythology.
Lucille  11/10/2008
In the Book of Moses in the Pearl of Great Price, the specific reason why Lucifer was cast out of heaven was because he wanted to take away everyone's freedom to choose for themselves: he wanted to force everyone to be good at all times. He also wanted to take God's glory and power for himself. The meaning of his name is also given as "son of the morning." How tragic that an angel with so much potential would deliberately turn so evil.

For these reasons alone, I would not name a child (or even a pet) after him, no matter how nice the name itself is. However, I'd be happy to try to reclaim the name through a character.
RedGyl  10/10/2008
I'm an atheist, I'm not planning on sending my future son 'named Lucifer' to church school (duh) and so I do not care at all about the orgin of his name. So- haha.
― Anonymous User  10/8/2008
Lucifer is NOT a human name. I'm not even going to go into why I hate this name because of how evil and diabolical it sounds.
bananarama  9/15/2008
Actually, Lucifer and Satan are the same. So my question is why do they make a point of saying that there is a difference between Satan and the chief angel, when they are one in the same. Also the name Lucifer is yes a beautiful name, in fact Lucifer or Satan rather is actually supposed to be the most beautiful creature ever. So thats why most people have a forboding sense to it plus its past does not help. Overall some of this information is inaccurate.
mck88  8/5/2008
Lucifer is like the names Lucy and Jennifer put together.
Hushpuppy  7/7/2008
The only thing I really think of when I hear this name is that it reminds me a lot of "Oliver".
― Anonymous User  5/25/2008
Lucifer would be an okay name if it weren't associated with Satan.
― Anonymous User  5/24/2008
I find this a terrible name to give to your boy. I'm sorry, but as well as the meaning, it sounds like a combination of Lucy and Jennifer, to me. It would be a very pretty girl's name.
― Anonymous User  5/23/2008
Lucifer Sam is a Pink Floyd song from their first album, Piper at the Gates of Dawn. It's about a cat, so I think that the Lucifer part of the title refers to the cat from Cinderella. (Though I couldn't even begin to guess at the Sam part.)
Pippin  5/10/2008
Well, this technically isn't Satan's name (it was only his name when he was an angel). And I think this is a rather pretty name with a nice meaning (bringing light). I wouldn't use it, though, simply because of the associations it has with it. I think it's rather funny, though, that somebody with this name might be given the nickname Lucy. (Actually, I used to think this was a girl's name, because I used to only know this name from Cinderella, and I thought Lucifer the cat was a girl.)
Pippin  5/10/2008
It boggles my mind that some people are actually naive, or maybe intensionally obtuse, enough to just say that they simply like the sound of it, so what's the problem? Well, the associations are the problem. Everyone has heard of the Biblical Lucifer, and of course anyone would assume that the parents of a girl/boy with this name named her/him Lucifer as some type of bizarre statement. They'd think the parents were lunatics of some kind: Satan worhippers, cult members, or just very immature people who thought it would be cool. I can also imagine that especially in the US, people would be rather distrustful of a woman/man named Lucifer.
slight night shiver  4/28/2008
Well, it does mean 'Light-Bringer'. It's a name with character but it is, ultimately, an angelic name - just because it belonged to the being Christians call Satan before he fell, doesn't mean it's somehow marked forever or a bad name. Any reasonably thinking Christian would catch onto that eventually. It actually gives me the impression of being a righteous name, one fitting for someone with a strong and interesting personality.
skazka  3/1/2008
If you name your son Lucifer, don't try to send him to a Catholic school.
jasmineenimsaj  2/10/2008
Lucifer means "match" in Dutch, as in the piece of wood used to make fire. A pretty good name considering it means light bearer. :P
renee06  10/23/2007
I really like its meaning. Despite its unfortunate connotations, it's a nice name. Anyway, Satan WAS an angel before he became evil. So, this name can't be all bad.
Zan11  9/20/2007
The name's pretty cool despite its history.
rv14142  9/18/2007
I love the original meaning to the name, bringing light. I think it is absolutely beautiful. To be honest, I have no problems at all with this name and I think it sounds rather awesome.
― Anonymous User  8/2/2007
I don't like the obvious associations with the name. Sometimes I think bad associations can ruin the name for some. And for me this name is ruined.
― Anonymous User  7/24/2007
I love this name! I don't plan on having any kids, but if I do end up with one I'd name it Lucifer or Lucifel. The name seems masculine and romantic, perfect for a tall, dark stranger.
Jackdaw  6/15/2007
Lucifer is the name of an angel in the Bible. People only associate it with bad things because he was not the typical figure we imagine angels to be. Lucifer is a protector. I think this name is cool, but it is not meant to be used on a person, as it does have a reputation and is associated with evils.
maggie_angel  5/13/2007
After talking to the wife of a priest, as long as you don't name your child this and expect to have it baptized there should be no real problem.
I adore the name I mean it does have many pet forms that are in common use today so don't see this as a bad name, dispite its assiotation with the devil. This in my opinion is an Angelical Name used before The Devil fell plus sounds very roman, classic and masculine. No problem with this name at all I would happily call any future son of mine this.
purplesheep  5/3/2007
I've actually never heard of the name Lucifer being connected with the "devil" but would think that a kid would be teased just because of the evil cat in Cinderella. The name for the cat suddenly makes sense though. It's too bad because it's a lovely name.
writing the world  1/29/2007
I think it's a shame this name is so marred by the supposed "devil". Lucifer has a beautiful meaning and sound. Regardless, this is one of my favourites.
KOT  1/6/2007
I think Lucifer is a beautiful name too, but even besides the Biblical smear, I would be concerned that a boy might get called "Lucy" by other kids.
visitor27  11/27/2006
Reminds me of that Black Sabbath song "N.I.B."

"Look into my eyes, you'll see who I am,
My name is Lucifer, please take my hand." :)
angolmois  11/21/2006
I don't like it. Not because of what it's associated with, but just the way it sounds. I wouldn't mind it if it was someone's name, of course. I wouldn't think them as evil. I'm sorry, but I have to pity any person named this. A lot of close-minded people would put this person down, and this person would get teased all through school. This name may even hinder his success in the real world. It's really unfair and prejudice, but it's simply the truth.
― Anonymous User  11/16/2006
I do think it's quite pretty as a name and it has a beautiful meaning, but there's absolutely no way it will come into great popularity.
wefrox  11/4/2006
Sorry but I just don't like this name and wouldn't subject my kid to the teasing he would endure with this name.
― Anonymous User  10/30/2006
I'm pleased to see that other people share my opinion that Lucifer is a simply gorgeous name and should be revived!
Hieronymus_Q  9/26/2006
I like this name. I feel bad that it has a reputation for being the devil. When I think of this name, I don't think of the devil at all. I actually think of a light of some sort. I mean, how could a name be evil if God gave the name to an angel?
zev  9/23/2006
A fabulous name! I must say, though, that the child WOULD be teased if named this - just because kids wouldn't normally know who the original "Lucifer" was, doesn't mean that the parents wouldn't. A simple, "Then Lucifer said ..." would coax the parents to tell the story (or what they know of it). Kids can be jerks - young Lucifer would be tormented throughout elementary school.

Because of this, I wouldn't name my child this way - although it would make a great name for a quiet, bullied character.
Emmasj  9/18/2006
I'm pretty sure the kid wouldn't be teased. I mean no offence but like 5% of kids old enough to be immature enough to tease someone for their name care about the bible. Besides, it's been recorded Lucifer was stolen from the Greeks to stomp out their religion, like the Christians ripped pagan gods and made them look evil just to get more groupies.
― Anonymous User  8/8/2006
We have a boy in out school named Lucifer, we just call him Lou but that is beside the point. I really like this name a lot it just sounds so pretty to me, I don't associate it with evil and all that either I always picture some sort of angel type thing when I hear the name. That being because of its meaning, but anyway this name is very nice and its bad associations should be tossed away.
― Anonymous User  8/8/2006
Personally, I think this is a beautiful name. And, as other people have stated, biblically the name Lucifer bore angelic connotations. Etymologically it is also a lovely name, since it does mean "light-bringing". Still, it might be hard to have a name with so many negative connotations behind it.
mekkoneko  7/11/2006
It's a VERY good name. But a kid with this name would be taunted, you don't need twenty guesses to know why.
Mithos514  6/6/2006
This name creeps me out.
canuckflame  5/25/2006
I've always liked this name. The history part can be misleading in regards of this name. As many know, it was the name of the first angel in heaven, and the most loved one, but he rebelled and was ejected out of heaven. What many don't know is that in Christian mythology, it is stated that once Lucifer was out of heaven, he lost this name and became Satan. So Satan is no longer called Lucifer, and to call him that is wrong. So, all in all, the name Lucifer has no bad meaning whatsoever. :)
alimagmel  3/21/2006
I actually really like this name. It sounds lovely, and there is nothing terrible about the meaning at all.
veggiedoll  2/22/2006
Lucifer is the mean cat in the Disney's animated version of "Cinderella."
breakofday  12/17/2005
I think Lucifer is a beautiful name and very much thought of to be a bad name even though other names are derived from this name.

After having a chat with a wife of a priest there is definitely no problem in naming a child this, after all it is an Angelical name. A friend and I are seriously considering reviving this name when we both have children.
― Anonymous User  11/30/2005
Lucedio is the Italian form of Lucifer.
SkywalkerFan  10/31/2005
Lucifer was the Roman god of light, he was known to bring light, hence the bringer of light, and to also bring enlightenment. I personally find this to be a beautiful name, despite the bad image given to society by the bible.
jaaku_thunder  10/9/2005
I really bemoan this name's bad reputation. It really is a beautiful one if you look at the definition, and not it's history.
Softly  10/2/2005
I find it to be a very beautiful name, when all prior bad associations with it are put away.
Belus  9/17/2005
In my opinion, this is an awful name!
― Anonymous User  8/15/2005

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