sirène

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See also: sirene and Sirene

French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Late Latin sirēna, from Latin Sīrēn, from Ancient Greek Σειρήν(Seirḗn). Cf. also Old French sereine.

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sirène f ‎(plural sirènes)

  1. siren, alarm
  2. (mythology) mermaid, siren
  3. (figuratively, by extension) siren, temptress, seducer

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Noun[edit]

sirène f ‎(plural sirènes)

  1. (Jersey) siren