Phædrus

Phædrus, a Latin fabulist, of the age of Augustus, born in Macedonia, and settled in Rome; originally a slave, was manumitted by Augustus; his fables, 97 in number, were written in verse, and are mostly translations from Æsop, the best of them such as keep closely to the original.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pforzheim * Phaëthon
Petty Jury
Petty Officers
Petty Sessions
Peutinger, Conrad
Pfäfers
Pfahlbauten
Pfalz
Pfeiffer, Ida
Pffleiderer, Otto
Pforzheim
Phædrus
Phaëthon
Phalanstery
Phalanx
Phalaris
Phallus
Pharamond
Pharaoh
Pharisees
Pharos
Pharsalia