Definitions for Philipˈfɪl ɪp
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
one of the 12 apostles. Mark 3:18; John 1:43–48, 6:5–7.
King (Metacomet), died 1676, sachem of the Wampanoag Indians 1662–76.
Category: Biography, American History
Prince, Duke of Edinburgh, born 1921, consort of Elizabeth II.
Philip I,1052–1108, king of France 1060–1108 (son of Henry I of France).
Philip II, (“Philip of Macedon”) 382–336 b .c ., king of Macedonia 359–336 (father of Alexander the Great). (“Philip Augustus”) 1165–1223, king of France 1180–1223. 1527–98, king of Spain 1556–98 (husband of Mary I).
Category: Biography, Ancient History
Philip IV (“Philip the Fair”), 1268–1314, king of France 1285–1314.
Philip V,1683–1746, king of Spain 1700–46.
Philip VI,1293–1350, king of France 1328–50: first ruler of the house of Valois.
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
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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