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Gender: M Meaning of Lucifer: "light-bearer" Origin of Lucifer: Latin

Lucifer is the name of the archangel cast into hell -- theologians disagree on whether he and Satan are separate beings -- and as such has long been on the forbidden list for religious parents. Still banned in New Zealand, Lucifer is occasionally used in the contemporary U.S.: Six boys were given the name in the most recent year counted.

Famous People Named Lucifer

Lucifer, the archangel of music, later known as Satan or the devil, who was cast out of heaven according to the Bible
Babylonian king named Lucifer mentioned in the Bible

Pop Culture References for the name Lucifer

Lucifer, key-eating cat from Downfall
"Lucifer", song by Jay-Z, produced by Kanye West
Lucifer, antagonist cat from Disney's "Cinderella"
Lucifer, nickname "Luci" from "Supernatural"
"Lucifer", a song by Korean boy band SHINee
Lucifer, Lucinda's former soul mate in Lauren Kate's Fallen series
Lucifer Bradford, character in the 'Neighbours from Hell' series by R.L. Mathewson (first appearance, Game Plan)