Mirabilis is a Latin adjective meaning "amazing, wondrous, remarkable", and is used to refer to:

  • Mirabilis (album), the fifth album (2005) by British vocal group Mediaeval Baebes
  • Mirabilis (band), an ethereal/neo-classical band
  • Mirabilis (company), an internet company, owned by Digital Sky Technologies, that produced ICQ
  • Mirabilis (plant), a genus of herbaceous perennial plants
  • Mirabilis Media, an internet company based in Bucharest, Romania
  • Mirabilis, a novel by Susann Cokal
  • Annus mirabilis, a Latin phrase meaning "wonderful year" or "year of wonders" (or "year of miracles")
  • Anorexia mirabilis, religious fasting to the point of starvation, particularly of women and girls of the Middle Ages
Latin binomial abbreviations for species
  • A. mirabilis (disambiguation)
  • P. mirabilis (disambiguation)
  • W. mirabilis


  • Tuba Mirabilis (organ stop), a particularly powerful reed stop on high pressure wind.

Other articles related to "mirabilis":

... "foot wing"), is a genus of early gliding reptiles containing the single species Sharovipteryx mirabilis ... mirabilis is known from a single fossil specimen which was first described by Sharov in 1971 ... Sharov named the species Podopteryx mirabilis, "foot wing", in reference to the wing membranes present on the hind limbs ...
List Of Nepenthes Natural Hybrids - Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore
... mirabilis Nepenthes natural hybrids recorded from Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore ... mirabilis * N ... mirabilis N ...
List Of Nepenthes Natural Hybrids - Indochina
... Nepenthes natural hybrids recorded from Indochina ... For the purpose of this list, the area encompasses Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam ...
Sepia Mirabilis
... Sepia mirabilis is a species of cuttlefish native to the western Indian Ocean ... mirabilis grows to a mantle length of 70 mm ...
Anorexia Mirabilis - Differences From anorexia Nervosa: Continuity or Discontinuity?
... Anorexia mirabilis differs from the more modern, well-known anorexia nervosa in several distinct ways ... By contrast, anorexia mirabilis was frequently coupled with other ascetic practices, such as lifelong virginity, flagellant behavior, the donning of hairshirts, sleeping on beds of thorns ... not there is historical continuity between anorexia mirabilis and anorexia nervosa is a matter of debate within medieval historiography ...