- a morning star.
- the sun.
Origin of daystar
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Examples from the Web for daystar
But Darnell was not afraid, because of the Daystar that had risen in his heart.The House of Souls
The stars withdrew, marshaled by the Daystar, which last of all retired also.Children's Literature
Charles Madison Curry
How art thou fallen, O Lucifer (Daystar), son of the morning!Demonology and Devil-lore
Moncure Daniel Conway
To-day, the Dawn and the Daystar: to-morrow, the Daystar arising in the heart.Mornings in Florence
In the meanwhile the sun ascended the horizon, and the last shadows melted away in the dazzling beams propelled by the daystar.Stronghand
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