Pheonix

Phoenix - Wikipedia Phoenix From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Pheonix) Jump to navigation Jump to search Look up Phoenix, Phœnix, phoenix, phoenixes, or phœnix in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Phoenix most often refers to: Phoenix (mythology), a mythical bird from Greek and Roman legends, tales and stories Phoenix, Arizona, United States, the capital of ArizonaPhoenix may also refer to: Contents 1 Mythology 1.1 Greek mythological figures 1.2 Mythical birds called phoenix 1.3 Other mythological characters 2 Places 2.1 Canada 2.2 United States 2.3 Elsewhere 3 Arts and entertainment 3.1 Comics 3.2 Fictional entities 3.2.1 Characters in comics 3.2.2 Fictional organizations 3.2.3 Fictional vessels 3.2.4 Other fictional characters 3.3 Film 3.4 Literature 3.4.1 Books 3.4.2 Other literature 3.5 Music 3.5.1 Musicians 3.5.2 Albums 3.6 Plastic arts 3.7 Television 3.8 Theatres 3.9 Video gaming 3.10 Other uses in entertainment 4 Businesses 4.1 Broadcasters 4.2 Schools 4.3 Vehicle manufacturers 4.4 Other companies 5 Military 6 People 7 Science and technology 7.1 Astronomy 7.2 Biology 7.3 Computing 7.4 Vehicles 7.5 Other technologies 8 Ships 9 Sport 10 Other uses 11 See also Mythology[edit] Greek mythological figures[edit] Phoenix (son of Amyntor), a Trojan War hero in Greek mythology Phoenix (son of Agenor), a Greek mythological figure Phoenix, a chieftain who came as Guardian of the young Hymenaeus when they joined Dionysus in his campaign against India, see Phoenix (Greek myth)Mythical birds called phoenix[edit] Egyptian Bennu Hindu Garuda and Gandaberunda Firebird (Slavic folklore), in Russian Zharptitsa, Polish Żar-ptak, Slovak Vták Ohnivák, and Hungarian Tűzmadár 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 Phụng 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)Other mythological characters[edit] Phenex, a demon that appears in the form of a phoenix Huma bird, a bird in Iranian legend, said to be phoenix-like Paskunji, a phoenix-like being who helps heroes and humans in Georgian mythologyPlaces[edit] For theatres, see § Theatres. Canada[edit] Phoenix, Alberta Phoenix, British ColumbiaUnited States[edit] Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix metropolitan area, Arizona Phoenix, Georgia Phoenix, Illinois Phoenix, Louisiana Phoenix, Maryland Phoenix, Michigan Phoenix, Edison, New Jersey Phoenix, Sayreville, New Jersey Phoenix, New York Phoenix, OregonElsewhere[edit] Phoenix (Caria), a town of ancient Caria, now in Turkey Phoenix (Crete), a town of ancient Crete mentioned in the Bible Phoenix (Lycia), a town of ancient Lycia, now in Turkey Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland Phoenix Islands, in the Republic of Kiribati Vacoas-Phoenix, in Mauritius Phoenix, Durban, in South Africa Phoenix City, a nickname for Warsaw, the capital of Poland Phoenix (river), a river of Thessaly, Greece, that flowed at the ancient city of Anthela (Thessaly)Arts and entertainment[edit] For broadcasters, see § Broadcasters. Comics[edit] For characters in comics, see § Character in comics. Phoenix (manga) (Hi no Tori), by Osamu Tezuka The Phoenix (comics), a weekly British comics anthologyFictional entities[edit] Characters in comics[edit] Phoenix (comics), alias used by several comics characters Phoenix Force (comics), a Marvel Comics entity Phoenix Ikki, a Saint Seiya character Jean Grey, also known as Phoenix and Dark Phoenix, an X-Men character Rachel Summers, a Marvel Comics character also known as PhoenixFictional organizations[edit] Phoenix Foundation (MacGyver) Phoenix Organization, an organization in John Doe Order of the Phoenix (fiction), a secret society in Harry PotterFictional vessels[edit] Phoenix (Star Trek), a spacecraft Phoenix (Stargate), a starshipOther fictional characters[edit] Simon Phoenix, a Demolition Man character Phoenix (Transformers) Aster Phoenix (or Edo Phoenix), a Yu-Gi-Oh! GX character Phoenix Raynor, a Shortland Street character Phoenix Wright (character), an Ace Attorney character Stefano DiMera, also known as The Phoenix, a Days of our Lives characterFilm[edit] Fushichō (English: Phoenix), a 1947 film by Keisuke Kinoshita The Phoenix (1959 film), by Robert Aldrich Phoenix (1998 film), a crime film by Danny Cannon Phoenix (2006 film), a gay-related film by Michael Akers Phoenix (2014 film), a film by Christian PetzoldLiterature[edit] For publishers, see § Businesses. Books[edit] Phoenix: The Posthumous Papers of D. H. Lawrence (1885–1930), an anthology of work by D. H. Lawrence Phoenix (novel), by Stephen Brust The Phoenix (novel), by Henning Boëtius Phoenix Force (novel), a novel series Phoenix IV: The History of the Videogame Industry, by Leonard HermanOther literature[edit] List of periodicals named Phoenix The Phoenix (play), by Thomas Middleton The Phoenix (Old English poem) The Phoenix, a play by Morgan Spurlock The Phoenix, a poem attributed to LactantiusMusic[edit] List of songs named for the phoenixMusicians[edit] Phoenix (band), a French alternative rock band Dave Farrell, American bass guitarist in the band Linkin Park Transsylvania Phoenix, a Romanian rock bandAlbums[edit] Phoenix (Agathodaimon album) Phoenix (Asia album) Phoenix, a 2003 EP by Breaking Pangaea Phoenix (Carpark North album) Phoenix (Clan of Xymox album) Phoenix (The Classic Crime album) Phoenix (Dan Fogelberg album) Phoenix (Dreamtale album) Phoenix (EP), by The Warlocks Phoenix (Emil Bulls album) Phoenix (Everything in Slow Motion album) Phoenix (Grand Funk Railroad album) Phoenix (Just Surrender album) Phoenix (Labelle album) Phoenix (Nocturnal Rites album) Phoenix, album by Pink Turns Blue Phoenix (Vince Bell album) Phoenix (The Warlocks album) Phoenix (Zebrahead album) The Phoenix (EP), an EP by Flipsyde The Phoenix (Lyfe Jennings album) The Phoenix (Mastercastle album) The Phoenix (Raghav album) Phoenix (Rita Ora album)Plastic arts[edit] Atlanta from the Ashes (The Phoenix), an Atlanta, Georgia, monument Phoenix Art Museum, the Southwest United States' largest art museum for visual artTelevision[edit] The Phoenix (1982 TV series), an American science fiction series Phoenix (TV series), an Australian police drama Phoenix (2004 TV series), a Korean drama "Phoenix", the 1986 premiere episode of The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers "The Phoenix", a 1995 episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman "Phoenix", a 2003 episode of Smallville "Phoenix" (Breaking Bad), a 2009 episode of Breaking Bad "Phoenix" (NCIS), a 2012 episode of NCISTheatres[edit] Phoenix Theatre, London, a West End theatre La Fenice (The Phoenix), an opera house in Venice, Italy Phoenix Concert Theatre, a concert venue and nightclub in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Phoenix Theatre (disambiguation)Video gaming[edit] Phoenix Engine (disambiguation) Phoenix (video game) Phoenix1, a League of Legends teamOther uses in entertainment[edit] Phoenix (roller coaster) Phoenix, a Looping Starship ride at Busch Gardens Tampa BayBusinesses[edit] Phoenix company, a commercial entity which has emerged from the collapse of another through insolvencyBroadcasters[edit] Phoenix (German TV station) Phoenix Television, a Hong Kong broadcasterSchools[edit] Phoenix Academy (disambiguation), including several private schools University of Phoenix, United StatesVehicle manufacturers[edit] Phoenix (bicycles), a Chinese company Phoenix (British automobile company), an early 1900s company Phoenix Industries, a U.S. aircraft manufacturer Phoenix Motorcars, a manufacturer of electric vehicles Phoenix Venture Holdings, owner of the MG Rover GroupOther companies[edit] Phoenix (St. Paul's Churchyard), a historical bookseller in London Phoenix (nuclear technology company), a company specializing in neutron generator technology Phoenix AG, a German rubber products company Phoenix Air, an airline operating from Georgia, United States Phoenix Books, a publisher The Phoenix Companies, a Hartford-based financial services company Phoenix Finance, a financial company which attempted to enter into Formula One racing Phoenix Fire Office, a former British insurance company Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc., a Philippine oil and gas companyMilitary[edit] AIM-54 Phoenix, a missile BAE Systems Phoenix, an unmanned air vehicle HMT-302 ("Phoenix"), a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter squadron Phoenix breakwaters, a set of WWII caissons Phoenix Program, a Vietnam War military operation Project Phoenix (South Africa), a National Defence Force programPeople[edit] Phoenix (name), multiple people Dave Farrell, American bass guitarist in the band Linkin ParkScience and technology[edit] Astronomy[edit] Phoenix Cluster, a galaxy cluster Phoenix (constellation) Phoenix (Chinese astronomy) Phoenix Dwarf, a galaxy Project Phoenix (SETI), a search for extraterrestrial intelligenceBiology[edit] Phoenix (chicken) Phoenix (grape) Phoenix (moth) Phoenix (plant), a genus of palms Great argus, a pheasantComputing[edit] Phoenix (computer), an IBM mainframe at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory from 1973 to 1995 Phoenix (web framework), a web development framework written in Elixir Phoenix Network Coordinates Phoenix Object Basic, a RAD tool Phoenix Technologies, a BIOS manufacturer Apache Phoenix, a relational database engine for Hadoop Microsoft Phoenix, a compiler framework developed at Microsoft Research Mozilla Phoenix, introduced in 2004 was the original name for the Firefox web browser Phoenix, a web browser and HTML editor discontinued in 1995 Phoenix Pay System, a payroll processing systemVehicles[edit] For ships, see § Ships. Phoenix (spacecraft), a NASA mission to Mars AIM-54 Phoenix, a missile BAE Systems Phoenix, an unmanned air vehicle EADS Phoenix, a prototype launch vehicle Bristol Phoenix, an aircraft engine Chrysler Phoenix engine, an automotive engine series Dodge Dart Phoenix, an American car produced 1960–1961 Dodge Phoenix, Australian car produced 1960–1973 Pontiac Phoenix, an American car produced 1977–1984 Phoenix Air Phoenix, a Czech gliderOther technologies[edit] Phoenix (ATC), an air traffic control system Fénix capsules, rescue equipment used after the 2010 Copiapó mining accidentShips[edit] Lists HMS Phoenix, the name of several Royal Navy ships Phoenix (East Indiaman), the name of several ships that sailed for the British East India Company (EIC) between 1680 and 1821 USS Phoenix, the name of several U.S. Navy shipsIndividual vessels Phoenix, involved in the 1688 Siege of Derry Phoenix (1792), involved in the sea otter trade Phoenix (1794), the first ship built in Russian America Phoenix (1798 ship), made one voyage in 1824 carrying convicts to Tasmania; grounded, condemned, and turned into a prison hulk; broken up in 1837 Phoenix (boat), a steamboat built 1806–1807 Phoenix (1809 ship), built in France in 1809; captured by the British Royal Navy in 1810; employed as a whaling ship from 1811 to 1829 Phoenix (1810 ship), a merchant vessel launched in 1810; made one voyage to India for the British East India Company; made three voyages transporting convicts to Australia; 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 SeaSport[edit] Phoenix Finance, a Formula One entrant Phoenix Hagen, a German basketball club Phoenix International Raceway, in Avondale, Arizona Phoenix, an annual sports festival at the National Institute of Technology Karnataka Beth Phoenix (born 1980), an American wrestler List of sports teams named for the phoenixOther uses[edit] Phoenix LRT Station, Singapore Greek phoenix, a unit of currency Phoenix codes, radio shorthand used by British police Phoenix Academy (disambiguation) The Phoenix Patrol Challenge, a Scoutcraft competition Phoenix Pay System, a Canadian federal employee payroll system The Phoenix – S K Club, a social club at Harvard CollegeSee also[edit] All pages with titles beginning with Phoenix All pages with titles containing Phoenix De Phoenix (disambiguation) Feniks (disambiguation) Fenix (disambiguation) Fengcheng (disambiguation), various Chinese locations whose names mean "Phoenix" or "Phoenix City" Flight of the Phoenix (disambiguation) List of places named for the phoenix Penix, an English surname Phenex, in demonology, a Great Marquis of Hell Phenix (disambiguation) Phoenician (disambiguation) Phoenix club (disambiguation) Phoenix King (disambiguation) Project Phoenix (disambiguation) Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search termThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Phoenix. 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