Origin of Phoebus
Examples from the Web for phoebus
Historical Examples of phoebus
"Pray excuse me," replied Phoebus, with an elegant obeisance.
Come, let us make haste, or the sunshine will be gone, and Phoebus along with it.
And I thought that the word of Phoebus, being divine and full of prophecy, would not fail.The Republic
The first occurrence of Phoebus was rendered with an oe ligature in the original.The Aeneid of Virgil
We might as well have staid at home; not a Phoebus had they, or anything like one.The Lost Dahlia
Mary Russell Mitford
Word Origin for Phoebus
epithet of Apollo as sun-god, late 14c., from Latin Phoebus, from Greek Phoibos, literally "bright, shining, radiant," of unknown origin. Related: Phoeban.