Phoenix

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Phoenix most often refers to:

Phoenix may also refer to:

Mythology[edit]

Greek mythological figures[edit]

Mythical birds called phoenix[edit]

  • Phoenix (mythology), a mythical bird from Egyptian, Greek and Roman legends
  • Egyptian Bennu
  • Hindu Garuda and Gandabherunda
  • Firebird (Slavic folklore), in Polish Żar-ptak, Russian Zharptitsa, Serbian Žar ptica, and Slovak Vták Ohnivák
  • Tűzmadár, in Hungarian mythology
  • Persian Simurgh, in Arabian Anka, Turkish Zümrüdü Anka, and Georgian Paskunji
  • Chinese Fenghuang, in Japanese Hō-ō, Tibetan Me Byi Karmo, Korean Bonghwang, and Vietnamese Phượng (hoàng) or Phụng (hoàng)
  • East Asian Vermilion Bird in Chinese Zhū Què, Japanese Suzaku, Korean Jujak or Bulsajo, and Vietnamese Chu Tước
  • Chol (bible), Milcham, Avarshina, Urshinah or other transliterations of אורשינה
  • Nine-headed Bird, one of the earliest forms of the Chinese phoenix (Fenghuang)

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Other uses in arts and entertainment[edit]

Business[edit]

In business, generally:

  • Phoenix company, a commercial entity which has emerged from the collapse of another through insolvency

Specific businesses named "Phoenix" include:

Airlines[edit]

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People[edit]

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