- Imitative of its song (influenced by the name Phoebe). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“He hovered like a humming-bird close before a nest, looking into it and uttering a loud strange cry, like the last note of "phoebe" repeated rapidly, as "be-be-be.”
“phoebe," which he delivered from the peak of the barn (never from the dead tree) with an emphasis that proclaimed to all whom it might concern that he had something on his mind.”
“Spilling out from above that she's interviewed the household, the three anything the ancestry's way so he helps to be two landfills at often, electroplating his respective blanket while he first needs to obey phoebe. baby bjorn diaper bag.”
“Bob McDonald ran as a moderate who claimed not to be a rightwing nut, but I knew he was a homo-phoebe all along.”
“He tells of the phoebe-bird that betrays her nest on the porch by trying to hide it with moss in similar fashion to the way all phoebe-birds hide their nests when they are built among rocks.”
“A gold phoebe, and what everyone else has said ...”
“On a related note, I replaced a treble hook with a single hook on a phoebe spoon recently to match some regulations.”
“IT ran for ten seasons with jokes like “smelly cat” and the oh so poignant conversation between chandler and phoebe talking about “Goldman” and “silverman”.”
“Curtis on Apr 19, 2008 skylar austin and phoebe strole were all in needed to see to get me to go, looks awesome "thank you very much for your candor" lmao vivian on Apr 19, 2008 yeah you are the only one”
“March 31st, 2010 7:31 am ET poor phoebe and her family. the school administrators who let this horrible hate crime go on should be charged with child cruelty and child endangerment and lose their jobs.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘phoebe’.
Words whose last and third-to-last letters are both "e".
birds with singular names from
at least 9 English dictionaries
Birds endemic to the United States and/or North America.
an immense, grandiloquent list that loads like a thousand years sentence in stone. new words are in the other lists.
These names were once in common use - at least somewhat. Some are coming back. Some are almost forgotten. I think they would
make lovely names. Well... most of them.
All of which are mentioned in O'Brian's Aubrey/Maturin novels, someplace or other. Most are British navy ships, some are French navy, and others aren't either one.
See also the list Sh...
Greek and roman names of gods, titans, heroes, etc
bird names that are fun to say
words with oe that aren't:
or compound latin thingies (electroencephalograph)
Looking for tweets for phoebe.