Sirena
Origin/Usage
Greek
Pronunciation
sir-REE-nah/SY-ree-nah
Meaning
Enchantress
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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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