[fil-uh k-tee-teez] /ˌfɪl əkˈti tiz/
Classical Mythology. a noted archer and squire of Hercules. Bitten by a snake and abandoned on an island because of his festering wound, he was at length brought by the Greeks to Troy, where he recovered and later killed Paris.
(italics) a tragedy (408? b.c.) by Sophocles.
(Greek myth) a hero of the Trojan War, in which he killed Paris with the bow and poisoned arrows given to him by Hercules
[fil-uh-den-druh n] /ˌfɪl əˈdɛn drən/ noun 1. a tropical American climbing plant belonging to the genus Philodendron, of the arum family, usually having smooth, shiny, evergreen leaves, often used as an ornamental houseplant. /ˌfɪləˈdɛndrən/ noun (pl) -drons, -dra (-drə) 1. any aroid evergreen climbing plant of the tropical American genus Philodendron: cultivated as house plants […]
[fi-log-ruh-fee] /fɪˈlɒg rə fi/ noun 1. the collecting of autographs, especially those of famous persons.
[fi-loj-uh-nee] /fɪˈlɒdʒ ə ni/ noun 1. love of or liking for women. /fɪˈlɒdʒɪnɪ/ noun 1. (rare) fondness for women Compare misogyny
- Philo Judaeus
[fahy-loh joo-dee-uh s] /ˈfaɪ loʊ dʒuˈdi əs/ noun 1. c20 b.c.–a.d. c50, Alexandrian Jewish theologian and philosopher. /ˈfaɪləʊ dʒuːˈdiːəs/ noun 1. ?20 bc–?50 ad, Jewish philosopher, born in Alexandria. He sought to reconcile Judaism with Greek philosophy