Carpophorus (Karpophoros, Carpoforus, Carpoforo)
is a name of Greek
origin that means "fruit
-bearer." It can refer to:
- Carpophorus, Exanthus, Cassius, Severinus, Secundus, and Licinius (d. ca. 295), Christian soldiers martyred at Como. The same Carpophorus and another soldier saint, Fidelis, are venerated at Como and Arona.
- Rufus and Carpophorus (Carpone), martyrs of Capua.
- Carpophorus is one of the Four Crowned Martyrs.
- Carpophorus, priest martyred around 300 either at Spoleto or at Seville.