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Phil·ip

 (fĭl′ĭp)

Philip

, Prince Duke of Edinburgh. Born 1921.
Husband of Elizabeth II of Great Britain. The great-great-grandson of Victoria, he was given the title Prince in 1957.

Philip

, Saint fl. first century ad.
One of the 12 Apostles. In the New Testament, he is a witness to Jesus's miraculous feeding of the multitudes.

Philip

(ˈfɪlɪp)
n
(Bible) one of the twelve apostles of Jesus
1. (Biography) King, American Indian name Metacomet. died 1676, American Indian chief, the son of Massasoit. He waged King Philip's War against the colonists of New England (1675–76) and was killed in battle
2. (Biography) Prince. another name for the (Duke of): Edinburgh Prince. another name for the (Duke of) Edinburgh2

Phil•ip

(ˈfɪl ɪp)

n.
1. one of the 12 apostles. Mark 3:18; John 1:43–48, 6:5–7.
2. King (Metacomet), died 1676, sachem of the Wampanoag Indians 1662–76.
3. Prince, Duke of Edinburgh, born 1921, consort of Elizabeth II.

Phil•ip

(ˈfɪl ɪp)
n.
1. Philip I, 1052–1108, king of France 1060–1108 (son of Henry I of France).
2. Philip II,
a. ( “Philip of Macedon” ) 382–336 B.C., king of Macedonia 359–336 (father of Alexander the Great).
b. ( “Philip Augustus” ) 1165–1223, king of France 1180–1223.
c. 1527–98, king of Spain 1556–98 (husband of Mary I).
3. Philip IV ( “Philip the Fair” ), 1268–1314, king of France 1285–1314.
4. Philip V, 1683–1746, king of Spain 1700–46.
5. Philip VI, 1293–1350, king of France 1328–50: first ruler of the house of Valois.

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References in classic literature ?
But Philip was more comfortable in the kitchen than in the dining-room, and, whenever he could, he took his toys and played there.
On the second Sunday after Philip arrived an unlucky incident occurred.
Philip was seated on the table with all his bricks around him.
Carey told him to put the bricks away at once, and stood over him while Philip did so.
This was not quite accurate, for he had been kept awake by his own thoughts; and Philip, listening sullenly, reflected that he had only made a noise once, and there was no reason why his uncle should not have slept before or after.
Carey looked at Philip surreptitiously now and then, but the Vicar elaborately ignored him.
Here is a new companion for you to shake hands with, Tulliver," said that gentleman on entering the study,--"Master Philip Wakem.
Tom looked confused and awkward, while Philip rose and glanced at him timidly.
So they remained without shaking hands or even speaking, while Tom went to the fire and warmed himself, every now and then casting furtive glances at Philip, who seemed to be drawing absently first one object and then another on a piece of paper he had before him.
He wondered how much older Philip was than himself.
But I dare say I could do dogs and horses if I was to try more," he added, reflecting that Philip might falsely suppose that he was going to "knock under," if he were too frank about the imperfection of his accomplishments.
Yes," said Philip, smiling; "I've been taught Latin and Greek and mathematics, and writing and such things.