Phoenix

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The English Wiktionary has dictionary definitions (meanings of a word) for: Phoenix and phoenix

Phoenix (pronounce: "FEE-niks") most often refers to:

Phoenix may also refer to:

Arts, literature, entertainment[change | change source]

Comics[change | change source]

  • Phoenix (comics), a fictional cosmic entity in the Marvel Comics universe, and the associated characters:
    • "Phoenix", alias of Marvel Comics character Jean Grey
    • "Phoenix", alias of Marvel Comics character Rachel Grey
  • Phoenix (manga), a manga by Osamu Tezuka (original Japanese title: Hi no Tori)
  • Phoenix Ikki, a character from the manga Saint Seiya

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Newspapers[change | change source]

  • The Phoenix (newspaper), a collective name of alternative weekly newspapers in Boston, Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; and Portland, Maine
  • Loyola Phoenix, a newspaper of Loyola University Chicago
  • The Phoenix, a student newspaper of Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
  • The Phoenix, a student conservative journal of Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana

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Maritime (civil) ships and boats[change | change source]

  • Phoenix (boat), steamship built 1806-07, the first steamboat to sail the open ocean
  • Phoenix (ship) or Phenix, a whaling vessel based in Nantucket (1821-1858), discoverer of Winslow Reef
  • Phoenix (of London), nineteenth century whaling vessel based in London and active in the Pacific in the 1820s, discoverer of Phoenix Island (Rawaki)
  • USS Phoenix (1861), whaler of New London, sunk in the Stone Fleet, 1861
  • Phoenix of New Bedford, whaler
  • Phoenix (Moore), Captain Hugh Moore. British East India ship, wintered in the Columbia River in 1794
  • Phoenix (Alaska) the first ship built in the Russian colony of Alaska (1794-1799)
  • Sao Jao y Fenix, also known as Fenis and St. Joseph, a 50-foot open boat involved in the Vancouver Expedition
  • Phoenix (tall ship), of Dell Quay

Military, naval and air forces[change | change source]

Ships[change | change source]

  • HMS Phoenix, the name of fifteen ships in the Royal Navy
  • USS Phoenix, the name of several ships in United States Navy

Others[change | change source]

Mythology[change | change source]

  • Phoenix (mythology), a mythical bird that dies in flames and is reborn from the ashes
  • Fenghuang, the Asian phoenix
  • Phoenix (Iliad), a character in the Iliad, tutor of Achilles and father of Adonis; or a different character in Greek mythology, brother of Europa and Cadmus
  • Phoenix (son of Agenor), in Greek mythology was a son of Agenor

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