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Φοῖνιξ

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Pronunciation

  • (Classical): IPA: [pʰó͜ɪ̀nikʰs]
  • (Koine): IPA: [pʰˈyːnikʰs]
  • (Byzantine): IPA: [ɸˈyniks]

Noun

Φοῖνιξ (genitive Φοίνικος) m/f, third declension; (Phoiniks)

  1. Phoenician
  2. Carthagian (as descendants of Phoenicia)

Proper noun

Φοῖνιξ (genitive Φοίνικος) m, third declension; (Phoiniks)

  1. Phoenix, a city on the Mediterranean Sea.

Inflection

  • Inflection is the same for both noun and proper noun.

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