[foh-buh s, -bos] /ˈfoʊ bəs, -bɒs/

Also, Phobus
[foh-buh s] /ˈfoʊ bəs/ (Show IPA). Classical Mythology. a son and attendant of Ares and the personification of a fear held to possess armies and cause their defeat.
Astronomy. one of the two moons of Mars.
the larger of the two satellites of Mars and the closer to the planet. Approximate diameter (although it has an irregular shape): 23 km Compare Deimos
The larger and inner of the two planetary satellites of Mars.


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