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Phœnix Tree

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The palm. In Greek, phoinix means both phœnix and palm-tree.

“Now I will believe … that in Arabia

There is one tree, the phœnixʹ throne—one phœnix

At this hour reigneth there.”


Shakespeare: The Tempest, iii. 3.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Phocensian Despair
Phocion
Phœbē
Phœbus
Phœnix
Phœnix Alley (London)
Phœnix Park (Dublin)
Phœnix Period
Phœnix Theatre
Phœnix Tree
Phooka or Pooka
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Phormio
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Phyllising the Fair
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