The morning star is known as "Phosphoros" in Greek, and "Lucifer" in Latin.<quoted text>
Because religions have a habit of making them mean something completely different from what the rest of the population means by them.
If it weren't for Christianity redefining words and phrases in their Bible, the whole of Christianity would collapse.
There is no virgin in Isaiah 7:14
"Son of Man" is Ben'Adam and simply means "good person" not God.
"Messiah" is not a human sacrifice, God nor resurrected from the dead.
"Christ" is from a Greek word for annointed, usually a King.
Lucifer is the same word that Jesus calls himself in Revelation.
etc. & etc.
Both names means "light bringer" which would be an appropriate name for Jesus.
Do not confuse it with the translation of "Helel ben Shahar" in Isaiah 14:12. The name Lucifer is nowhere to be found in the Hebrew text.