This Name Generator gives you 15 random names for a phoenix, but most names can also be used for other fiery creatures. The names also refer to the phoenix' appearance and features, such as fire, smoke, ashes and more. You could of course name a phoenix, particularly if it suits the story, but that generator sticks to more descriptive names as it normally fits all types of stories. We did not distinguish sex-based names, since the overwhelming majority of names are unisexual, so that splitting them means you will have two virtually identical names, somewhat useless.
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In the world of the Greeks, Phoenixes were famous as the winged creatures that can fly like eagles. Their blood carries healing properties, so their tears do healing. Phoenixes can carry heavy loads, even immortally, so they can't die of old age. They're immune to aging by natural means and death caused by disease. They also don't have a true sense of self, but instead can only feel what is around them and communicate through sight.
In ancient mythology, the Greek term for Phoenix was "Daimones". This is derived from Greek mythology, where the Phoenix, a winged creature with four wings, flew around the earth in the form of a dove. The dove later transformed into the sun and flew around it. Eventually it became the star sign of the Zodiac and in some cultures, the animal was sacred. In some cultures, Phoenixes are said to be sent to help mankind on Mount Olympus. They carry the lightning bolt symbol that symbolizes Zeus. When Phoenixes die, the lightning bolt falls from their wings and strikes the mortal world.
For these reasons, you can find Phoenixes in many stories throughout the ages. They also are widely used as a magical animal, being the patron animal of those in need of courage and strength. You can also find other mythological creatures of the sea such as Mermaids, Dolphins, etc. and you'll find names for these animals and stories about them, too.