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Correct spelling: phoenix

Definition of phoenix:

a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate- leaved palms found in Asia and Africa

Common misspellings for phoenix:

  • pheonix (22%)
  • phoneix (14%)
  • phonix (11%)
  • phenix (11%)
  • phoniex (9%)
  • pheniox (4%)
  • phoinex (3%)
  • phenoix (2%)
  • phenox (2%)
  • phonex (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
boy

Phoenix

  \pho(e)-nix\
 

Meaning: dark red

Origin: Greek

Details:
Phoenix as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Phoenix), is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Phoenix is "dark red". The mythical Arabian bird known as the phoenix is a symbol of immortality. After living for centuries, it dies, and rises from its own ashes. Also the name of a city in the southwestern American state of Arizona. Actors Leaf, Joaquin, and the late River Phoenix.

Variants: Phenix, Fenix.

girl

Phoenix

  \pho(e)-nix\
 

Meaning: dark red

Origin: Greek

Details:
Phoenix as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Phoenix), is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Phoenix is "dark red". The mythical bird known as the phoenix is a symbol of immortality. After living for centuries, it dies, then is resurrected from its own ashes. Also the name of a city in the southwestern American state of Arizona.

Variants: Phenice, Feenix, Fenix.

Examples of usage for phoenix:

1) Shew up into the Phoenix.

2) No, Lucian, the phoenix has paid her debt to literature and art by the toil of her childhood.

3) Her best course would be to marry another phoenix; but as she- poor girl!

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