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The original term in Isaiah was not phos phoros but Hebrew “heylel”.
The dishonesty of the “Vulgate” translation is visible: The direct Greek equivalent to “Lux-fer”, is Phos phoros, from whence phosphorus derives.
In Castle Gorka, a shabby stone affair guarding the Vistula, lived a red - hairedknightof medium means whose name Krzysztof, would in western nations have been Christopher, and with the same exalted meaning: Christo-phoros, the Christ - bearer, a man of good will dedicated to the service of Our Savior.
Helleborine mariana, flore pallido purpureo triantho - phoros.
Caroli a Linné species plantarum; exhibentes plantas rite cognitas ad genera relatas, cum differentiis specificis, nominibus trivialibus, synonymis selectis, locis natalibus, secundum systema sexuale digestas
(Matt. 17: 25); the annual tax (phoros) on property (Luke 20: 22;