Phoebus (n.)
[pron: 'feebus] Latin name for Apollo as the sun-god; also called Phoebus Apollo
1H4 I.ii.15[Falstaff to Prince Hal, of going out at night] not ‘by Phoebus, he, that wandering knight so fair'
3H6[Clifford alone] O Phoebus, hadst thou never given consent / That Phaethon should check thy fiery steeds
AC IV.viii.29[Antony to Cleopatra] carbuncled / Like holy Phoebus' car
AC V.ii.316[Charmian to herself, of Cleopatra] golden Phoebus never be beheld / Of eyes again so royal
Cor II.i.210[Brutus to Sicinius] th' wanton spoil / Of Phoebus' burning kisses
Cym II.iii.20[Song] Phoebus gins arise
Cym V.v.190[Iachimo to Cymbeline] a carbuncle / Of Phoebus' wheel
H5 III.chorus.6[Chorus, of King Henry] With silken streamers the young Phoebus fanning
H5 IV.i.266[King Henry alone, of a wretched slave] Sweats in the eye of Phoebus
Ham III.ii.164[First Player as King to Second Player as Queen] Full thirty times hath Phoebus' cart gone round / Neptune's salt wash and Tellus' orbed ground
KL II.ii.106.1[Kent to Cornwall] the wreath of radiant fire / On flickering Phoebus' front
MA V.iii.26[Don Pedro to all] the gentle day, / Before the wheels of Phoebus, round about / Dapples the drowsy east with spots of grey
MND I.ii.31[Bottom reciting] Phibbus' car / Shall shine from far
MV II.i.5[Morocco to Portia] Bring me the fairest creature northward born, / Where Phoebus' fire scarce thaws the icicles
PP.8.10Thou lov'st to hear the sweet melodious sound / That Phoebus' lute, the queen of music, makes
RJ III.ii.2[Juliet alone] Towards Phoebus' lodging!
TC I.iii.230[Aeneas to Agamemnon] The youthful Phoebus
Tem IV.i.30[Ferdinand to Prospero] Phoebus' steeds are foundered
TNK I.i.46[First Queen to Theseus] the blest eye / Of holy Phoebus
TNK I.ii.85[Valerius to Palamon] Phoebus, when / He broke his whipstock and exclaimed against / The horses of the sun
TNK V.i.90[Palamon to Venus] To Phoebus thou / Addest flames hotter than his
WT IV.iv.124[Perdita to Florizel] Bright Phoebus in his strength