Origin: L. Phoenix, Gr. Foi^nix
Alternative forms: phoenix.
1. A bird fabled to exist single, to be consumed by fire by its own act, and to rise again from its ashes. Hence, an emblem of immortality.
2. (Science: astronomy) A southern constellation.
3. A marvelous person or thing.
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