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Mirabilis is a Latin adjective meaning "amazing, wondrous, remarkable", and is used to refer to:
- Mirabilis (album), the fifth album (2005) by British vocal group Mediaeval Baebes
- Mirabilis (band), an ethereal/neo-classical band
- Mirabilis (company), an internet company, owned by Digital Sky Technologies, that produced ICQ
- Mirabilis (plant), a genus of herbaceous perennial plants
- Mirabilis, a novel by Susann Cokal
- Annus mirabilis, a Latin phrase meaning "wonderful year" or "year of wonders" (or "year of miracles")
- Anorexia mirabilis, religious fasting to the point of starvation, particularly of women and girls of the Middle Ages
- Latin binomial abbreviations for species
- Tuba Mirabilis (organ stop), a particularly powerful reed stop on high pressure wind.
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