phoenix

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(Astronomi) anka (takımyıldızı)
Anka kuşu
{i} eşsiz insan
{i} anka kuşu [mit.]
(Askeri) Phoenix (anka, zümrüdüanka)
{i} erdem örneği
{i} feniks [mit.]
anka
ölümsüzlük sembolü olarak kabul edilen ve Arabistan çöllerinde yaşadığı farzedilen çok güzel bir kuş
ankak
feniks
phoenix plate
foniks levhası
personnel recovery; Phoenix Raven; primary zone; production requirement; program
(Askeri) personel tahliyesi; Phoenix Raven; esas bölge; üretim ihtiyacı; program incelemesi
English - English
A spring constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble the mythical bird. It lies north of Tucana
A character in the Iliad and father of Adonis in Greek mythology or a different character in Greek mythology, brother of Europa and Cadmus
A mythical firebird; especially the sacred one from ancient Egyptian mythology
A nickname sometimes used for Japan after World War II
The capital city of Arizona, United States
Anything that is reborn after apparently being destroyed. Usually used as a simile. Astronomers believe planets might form in this dead star's disk, like the mythical Phoenix rising up out of the ashes
A mythological bird, said to be the only one of its kind, which lives for 500 years and then dies by burning to ashes on a pyre of its own making, ignited by the sun. It then arises anew from the ashes
{i} capital of the state of Arizona (USA); type of long-range air-to-air missile
Anything that is reborn after apparently being destroyed. Usually used as a simile. Astronomers believe planets might form in this dead stars disk, like the mythical Phoenix rising up out of the ashes
If you describe someone or something as a phoenix, you mean that they return again after seeming to disappear or be destroyed. Out of the ashes of the economic shambles, a phoenix of recovery can arise. The capital and largest city of Arizona, in the south-central part of the state northwest of Tucson. Settled c. 1868, it became territorial capital in 1889 and state capital in 1912. The city is noted as a winter and health resort. Population: 983,403. the capital and largest city of Arizona, US. It as an extremely hot city that is growing very quickly, because many old people go there to live. City (pop., 2000: 1,321,045), capital of Arizona, U.S. It is located on the Salt River. The river valley was occupied as early as AD 1300 by prehistoric Indians, now known as the Hohokam culture, who disappeared in the early 15th century. Modern Phoenix was founded in 1870 and incorporated as a city in 1881. It became the territorial capital in 1889 and state capital in 1912. There was widespread expansion after World War II, with the population quadrupling between 1950 and 1960. It occupies a semi-arid valley surrounded by mountains and irrigated fields; its economy is based on farming, manufacturing, mining, and tourism. In ancient Egypt and in classical antiquity, a fabulous bird associated with the worship of the sun. The Egyptian phoenix was said to be as large as an eagle, with brilliant scarlet and gold plumage and a melodious cry. Only one phoenix existed at a time, and it lived no less than 500 years. As its end approached, it built a nest of aromatic boughs and spices, set it on fire, and was consumed in the flames. From the pyre was born a new phoenix, which sealed its predecessor's ashes in an egg of myrrh and flew to Heliopolis to deposit them on the altar of the sun god. The phoenix thus symbolized immortality. See also fenghuang
the state capital and largest city of Arizona; situated in a former desert that has become a prosperous agricultural center thanks to irrigation a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Tucana and Sculptor a legendary Arabian bird said to periodically burn itself to death and emerge from the ashes as a new phoenix; according to most versions only one phoenix lived at a time and it renewed itself every 500 years a large monocotyledonous genus of pinnate-leaved palms found in Asia and Africa
A phoenix is an imaginary bird which, according to ancient stories, burns itself to ashes every five hundred years and is then born again
{i} legendary bird who consumed itself in fire and returned to life from ashes
Arabian bird
Phoenix Islands
A group of eight small islands in the central Pacific Ocean north of Samoa. Discovered between 1823 and 1840 by British and American explorers, they were administered at various times by one or both of the countries and are now part of Kiribati. Group of eight small coral atolls, Kiribati. Lying in the west-central Pacific Ocean 1,650 mi (2,650 km) southwest of Hawaii, the low, sandy atolls have a total land area of about 11 sq mi (28 sq km) and were discovered in the 19th century by U.S. whaling ships. Annexed by Britain in 1889, they were joined to the Gilbert and Ellice Islands in 1937. They became part of independent Kiribati in 1979. Kanton is the only inhabited atoll
Phoenix Park murders
(May 6, 1882) Assassination in Dublin of British officials. The newly arrived chief secretary of Ireland, Lord Frederick Cavendish, and his undersecretary, Thomas Burke, were walking in Dublin's Phoenix Park when they were stabbed to death by members of the Invincibles, a radical Irish nationalist secret society. The murders caused a revulsion against terrorism and enabled Charles Stewart Parnell to subordinate the Irish National League to the more moderate Home Rule Party in Parliament
Phoenix Suns
American basketball team of the NBA (National Basketball Association)
phoenix dactylifera
date palm: tall tropical feather palm tree native to Syria bearing sweet edible fruit
rise like phoenix from the ashes
overcome an impossible situation; (literal or figurative) transcend from a state of death to life or failure to success (literary reference to the legendary bird phoenix)
Turkish - English

Definition of phoenix in Turkish English dictionary

Phoenix (anka, zümrüdüanka)
(Askeri) Phoenix
personel tahliyesi; Phoenix Raven; esas bölge; üretim ihtiyacı; program inceleme
(Askeri) personnel recovery; Phoenix Raven; primary zone; production requirement; program review
phoenix

    Hyphenation

    Phoe·nix

    Turkish pronunciation

    finîks

    Pronunciation

    /ˈfēnəks/ /ˈfiːnɪks/

    Etymology

    [ 'fE-niks ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Latin phoenīx Ancient Greek φοῖνιξ (phoinix)/Φοῖνιξ (Phoinix).

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