Sirena
Origin/Usage
Greek
Pronunciation
sir-REE-nah/SY-ree-nah
Meaning
Enchantress
More info about the name "Sirena"

Sirena originates in Greek language and means "enchantress". It is derived from Siren. In Greek mythology, the Sirens were creatures, half women half birds, who lured sailors to a rocky coast by enchanting music and causing thusly their shipwreck and consequent death. Sirena also appears in Philippine mythology.

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Famous Sirenas

Sirena Huang - violinist
Sirena Irwin - actress

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