[ kahr-pof-er-uhs ]
/ kɑrˈpɒf ər əs /
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noun Classical Mythology.
an epithet of both Demeter and her daughter, Persephone, meaning “fruit-bearer.”
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How to use Carpophorus in a sentence
Which of these dark caves is that In whose gloom Carpophorus dwelleth? '
Carpophorus comes forth from the cave, but is for a while unseen by Chrysanthus, who enters.
Yes, Carpophorus must pay For the trouble that this gives me.