The word Pyramid is the Grecianised form of the Hebrew Urrim-Middin (“light-Measures”). The Egyptian name for the Great Pyramid is Khuti (“the lights”). In Egyptian, Khuti (“the lights”) IS Urrim-Middin (“light-Measures”).
I wonder if perhaps the word Khufu does not refer to a pharaoh at all but is somehow symbolic of the pyramid structure itself, or indicative of its function. Is this at all possible, that the word Khufu has been falsely linked to a pharaoh and does not refer to a man at all, either as the builder of the structure or even a later 'restorer'? What do others think?