Translation of phoenix in Spanish:


Ave Fénix, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈfinɪks//ˈfiːnɪks/


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    (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) Ave Fénix
    (masculine or feminine) fénix
    to rise phoenix-like from the ashes renacer de sus cenizas cual Ave Fénix
    • Like the mythical phoenix, which arose in its own ashes, the ram was chosen as a natural symbol of resurrection because of its ability, when shorn, to replenish its stock of wool.
    • The phoenix was a mythical bird of ancient Egypt which reputedly burned every 500 years and rose rejuvenated from its ashes.
    • The award is named in recognition of the mythological phoenix, a bird that lived five centuries, died and was reborn from its own ashes.
    • A phoenix is a bird that rises from the ashes of its deceased predecessor.
    • Unicorns, elves, leprechauns, phoenixes, griffins, and humans all existed very peacefully together on Earth, until evil was set loose.