Philip, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh(noun)
Englishman and husband of Elizabeth II (born 1921)
One of the twelve disciples; one of the seven deacons.
Origin: From Φίλιππος, name of ancient kings of Macedonia, from φίλιππος, from φιλέω + ἵππος.
the European hedge sparrow
the house sparrow. Called also phip
Origin: [So called from their notes.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an Indian chief whose father had been a staunch friend of the Pilgrim settlers, was himself friendly to the colonists, till in 1671 their encroachments provoked him to retaliation; after six years' fighting, in which many colonists perished and great massacres of Indians took place, he was defeated and slain, 1676.
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Rank popularity for the word 'Philip' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2577
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Rank popularity for the word 'Philip' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3561
The numerical value of Philip in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Philip in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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I loved him, miss him, there's a hole there where Philip isn't.
It's unthinkable not to love --you'd have a severe nervous breakdown. Or you'd have to be Philip Larkin.
Till last by Philip's farm I flowTo join the brimming river,For men may come and men may go,But I go on for ever.
We have to remember and recognize that in 2003 Philip Anschutz built the cathedral for soccer in the United States, which is now the StubHub Center in Carson.
This injury may also explain why Philip, a skilled warrior, was so utterly unable to fight off the assassins, with this knee, he would have limited mobility and very poor balance.
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