Phoenix

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Phoenix most often refers to:

Phoenix may also refer to:

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Mythical birds called phoenix[edit]

  • Hindu Garuda and Gandaberunda
  • Firebird (Slavic folklore), in Russian Zharptitsa, Polish Żar-ptak, Slovak Vták Ohnivák, also Hungarian Tűzmadár
  • Persian Simurgh, in Arabian Anka and Turkish Zümrüdü Anka, Georgian Paskunji
  • Chinese Fenghuang, in Japanese Hō-ō, Tibetan Me Byi Karmo
  • East Asian Vermilion Bird in Chinese Zhu Que, Japanese Suzaku, Korean Jujak or Bulsajo, Vietnamese Chu Tước
  • Chol (bible), Avarshina, Urshinah or other transliterations of אורשינה

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Individual vessels

  • Phoenix, a ship involved in the 1688 Siege of Derry
  • Phoenix (1792), a ship involved in the sea otter trade
  • Phoenix (1794), the first ship built in Russian America
  • Phoenix (1798 ship), a ship that made one voyage in 1824 carrying convicts to Tasmania, and that grounded, was condemned, and was turned into a prison hulk until she was broken up in 1837
  • Phoenix (boat), a steamboat built 1806–1807
  • Phoenix (1809 ship), a ship built in France in 1809 that the British Royal Navy captured in 1810; she was employed as a whaling ship from 1811 to 1829
  • Phoenix (1810 ship) was a merchant vessel launched in 1810 that the British East India Company (EIC) chartered her to make one voyage to India. She then made three voayges transporting convicts to Australia and was wrecked in 1829.
  • Phoenix (1815 steamer), a steamboat that burned on Lake Champlain in 1819; its wreck is a Vermont state historic site
  • Phoenix (1821 whaler), a Nantucket whaling vessel in operation 1821–1858
  • Phoenix (1845), a steamship that burned on Lake Michigan in 1847 with the loss of at least 190 lives
  • USCS Phoenix, a U.S. Coast Survey ship in service from 1845 to 1858
  • Phoenix (1929 ship), a Danish ship built in 1929
  • SS Flying Lark, which went by the name Phoenix from 1946 to 1948
  • Phoenix (fireboat), a 1955 fireboat operating in San Francisco, California
  • Phoenix (1973), a rescue vessel used to save migrants, refugees and other people in distress in the Mediterranean Sea

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