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syren (plural syrens)

  1. Obsolete form of siren.
    • 1874, John Tyndall, On the Atmosphere as a Vehicle of Sound, page 221:
      On many other days we had illustrations of the varying comparative power of the syren and the guns.

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  1. definite singular of syre

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syren c (singular definite syrenen, plural indefinite syrener)

  1. lilac (flower)

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syren m

  1. definite masculine singular of syre

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syren f

  1. genitive plural of syrena

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Etymology edit

Derived from Latin syringa, from syrinx, from Ancient Greek σῦριγξ (sûrinx), likely due to the hollow branches of the plant. Cognate of Danish syren.

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syren c

  1. lilac, in particular Syringa vulgaris

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Declension of syren 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative syren syrenen syrener syrenerna
Genitive syrens syrenens syreners syrenernas

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