Examples from the Web for pharos
"I have taken the liberty of accepting that on your behalf," said Pharos, picking the card up.
He went, it seems, from one Pharos to another; from Pallene to the mouth of the Nile.
"Because it will make Pharos move out of Prague," I replied.
Within the castle is the ancient Pharos, or watch-tower, a Roman work.England, Picturesque and Descriptive|Joel Cook
"Another victim," said Pharos, and I could have sworn a chuckle escaped him.
British Dictionary definitions for pharos
Word Origin and History for pharos
as a word for a lighthouse, 1550s, in reference to the island of Pharos off the coast of Alexandria, on which Ptolemy Philadelphius built a mighty lighthouse.