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Origin of the name PHOEBE.
Etymology of the name PHOEBE.
Meaning of the baby name PHOEBE.


PHOEBE.  Biblical.  Also spelled Phebe.  The feminine form of Latin Phoebus (q.v.), meaning "the light of life" or "pure radiance."  Greek Phoibe.  Usage: America, Canada, England, Ireland.
    Phoebe Knapp (d. 1908), as an American composer and organist.  Phoebe Nicholls, an English actress.  Phoebe Anna Traquair (d. 1936), was an Irish artist. (Wiki)

    In the New Testament, a woman who had been a "servant" or "deaconess" of the Church at Cenchrea, the eastern port of Corinth, but removed temporarily or permanently to Rome.  The Apostle Paul warmly commended her to the care and attention of the Christians there (Rom. xvi. 1, 2). (The Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual, Hunter, 1894).


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