- Philo (disambiguation)
The name Philo can refer to a number of things, including:
* Philo- (see
-phil-), a prefix and suffix, and a combining form, derived from the Greek, which means "love of" (e.g. Philosophyor Philadelphia)
Philon(c. 4th century BC), an Athenian architect
Philo the Dialectician(c. 300 BC), an Ancient Greek philosopher
Philoof Alexandria (20 BCE - 40 CE), a Jewish philosopher born in Alexandria, Egypt
Pseudo-Philo, an anonymous historian in Hebrew whose translated works were compiled with those of Philo of Alexandria
Philo of Byblos(64 - 141 CE), a writer of grammatical, lexical and historical works in Greek
Philo of Larissa, a Greek philosopher, lived during the 1st century BC
Philo of Byzantium, a Greek engineer, lived during the 3rd or 2nd century BC
Philo Farnsworth(1906 – 1971) an American inventor
Places in the United States
* Mt. Philo State Park, a small park in
*"Philo" (journal), a philosophy journal
*"Philo", a term used at Columbia University to refer to a member of the
Philolexian Society, or to the organization as a whole
*"Philo", a term used at the University of Pennsylvania to refer to a member of the
Philomathean Society, or to the organization as a whole
Phi Lambda Sigma (PHILO), a fraternity occasionally referred to as PHILO.
Philo Vance, a fictional American detective created by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and who appeared in 12 novels
*Philo, a character who appeared on Jim Henson's "
Fraggle Rock" television series
*Philo, a character featured in "UHF" (film) with "Weird Al" Yankovic
*Philo, a character who appears in David Hume's "
Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion"
*Philo Beddoe, a character who appears in the movies "Every Which Way But Loose" (film) and "
Any Which Way You Can"
*Philomel Hartung of "", her classmates and friends call her Philo the majority of the time.
Philo Records, a record label
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