I shall fear no Latin...
I've been watching some episodes of this latest incarnation of the Spartacus story, the series put out by Starz, and in the latest one I've watched, the lanista Batiatus erected a statue in honor of Spartacus, with the following inscription:
Spartacus Baiulus Pluviae Qui Umbram Mortis Necat
The good news: no spelling errors, the grammatical relations actually work...but it appears there was just a little too little hunting in the dictionary for the "mot juste." The word baiulus would not be used in an honorific context, since it means a "porter" or "day-laborer" whose job is carrying things. So it certainly could be translated as "bringer"--but the effect of using it would be like saying: "Hail Spartacus, Rain's Busboy."
Solution: I would suggest the term Imbrifer.