Σειρήν

Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Possibly originally "entangler" or "binder," from σειρα (seira, rope, cord).

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

Σειρήν (Seirēn) (genitive Σειρῆνος) f, third declension

  1. a Siren in Greek mythology

InflectionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Danish: Sirene
  • Dutch: Sirene
  • English: Siren
  • Finnish: seireeni
  • French: Sirène
  • German: Sirene
  • Greek:
    • Σειρήν (Seirin)
    • Σειρήνα (Seirina)
    • plural: Σειρήνες (Seirines)
  • Hebrew: סירנה (plural סירנות)
  • Indonesian: Siren
  • Italian: Sirena
  • Japanese: セイレーン (Seirēn)
  • Korean: 세이렌
    • RR: Seiren
    • MCR: Seiren
    • Yale: Seyileyn
  • Latin: Siren (plural Sirenes)
  • Lithuanian: Sirena
  • Norwegian: Sirene
  • Polish: Syrena
  • Romanian: Sirenă
  • Russian: Сирен (Siren)
  • Serbo-Croatian: Сирена (Sirena)
  • Slovenian: Sirena
  • Spanish: Sirena
  • Swedish: Siren
  • Thai: ไซเรน
  • Ukrainian: Сирен (Syren)

ReferencesEdit

Last modified on 26 March 2014, at 13:18