si·​ren | \ ˈsī-rən
, for sense 3 also sī-ˈrēn \

Definition of siren

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1 often capitalized : any of a group of female and partly human creatures in Greek mythology that lured mariners to destruction by their singing
2a : a woman who sings with enchanting sweetness



I will call the Sirens from the sea, and ye Lilin, come ye from the desert, and ye Shediym and dragons from the forests: Awake and gird up your loins unto mourning, and take up with me the dirges, And make lamentation with me. BARUK SHENIY (2 BARUK) 10:8 את CEPHER


Not so do siren melodies, or songs of swans, attract the hearers to listening, O voices of children calling upon your mother in the midst of torments! MAKKABIYM REVIY`IY (4 MACCABEES) 15:21 את CEPHER


In the day of the sufferings of sinners your offspring shall be elevated, and lifted up like eagles. Your nest shall be more exalted than that of the avest; you shall ascend, and enter into the cavities of the earth, and into the clefts of the rocks forever, like conies, from the sight of the wicked; Who shall groan over you, and weep like sirens. CHANOK (ENOCH) 96:2-3 את CEPHER

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