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See also: phoenix, Phoenix, Phönix, and phœnix


Proper noun[edit]


  1. Obsolete spelling of Phoenix
    • 1829, Algernon Herbert, Nimrod[1], volume IV, page 19:
      The Clementine epistle (which, however, maintains not only the History of Judith, but also a plurality of worlds separated from each other by the Oceanus, and in a manner both of minute detail and of solemn asseveration the Nimrodian and Pantheistic fable of the bird Phœnix) was perhaps concocted for such a purpose.