Origin of phene
Examples from the Web for phene
He sees that Phene's soul is, like a butterfly, half-loosed from its chrysalis, and ready for flight.The Poetry Of Robert Browning|Stopford A. Brooke
Nor should these be given Phene to hand Jules, for so Lutwyche would lose the delicious actual instant of the revelation.
He had brought a book, and by-and-by opened at the part commencing, "Do not die, Phene."
Phene will speak more when Jules and she are in their isle together—but never will she speak much: she is silence.
Jules, the sculptor, will wed his Phene to-day: nothing can disturb their happiness, their sunbeams are in their own breasts.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe