Definition of Syren

1. n. See Siren.



Definition of Syren

1. Noun. (archaic form of siren) ¹

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Definition of Syren

1. siren [n -S] - See also: siren

Syren Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syren

syphiloid
syphilological
syphilologist
syphilologists
syphilology
syphilophobia
syphon
syphon the python
syphoned
syphoning
syphons
syphs
syping
syrah
syrahs
syren (current term)
syrens
syrette
syrettes
syringa
syringas
syringe
syringeal
syringed
syringelike
syringes
syringic acid
syringin
syringing
syringocoele

Literary usage of Syren

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1. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1846)
"And honoured by eternity and joy : 1(i ULYSSES AND THE syren, —affords a pretty ... syren. COME, worthy Greeke, Ulysses come, Possesse these shores with me, ..."

2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1832)
"STILL is the syren warbling on thy shore, Bright City of the Waves!—her magic song Still with a dreamy sense of extasy Fills thy soft summer air: and while ..."

3. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1844)
"ULYSSES AND THE syren, —affords a pretty poetical contest between Pleasure and ... syren. COME, worthy Greeke, Ulysses come, Possesse these shores with me, ..."

4. A Laboratory Manual of Physics and Applied Electricity by Edward Leamington Nichols (1894)
"(Wj) Measurement of pitch by the syren', (W2) Wave length by Koenig s apparatus; (W3) Resonance of columns of air with determination of the velocity of ..."

5. Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)
"The Learned Fly, or the syren. This trick is somewhat more complex than the preceding, and depends partly on philosophical principles, and partly on a ..."

6. Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)
"The Learned Fly, or the syren. This trick is somewhat more complex than the preceding, and depends partly on philosophical principles, and partly on a ..."

7. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1846)
"And honoured by eternity and joy : 1(i ULYSSES AND THE syren, —affords a pretty ... syren. COME, worthy Greeke, Ulysses come, Possesse these shores with me, ..."

8. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1832)
"STILL is the syren warbling on thy shore, Bright City of the Waves!—her magic song Still with a dreamy sense of extasy Fills thy soft summer air: and while ..."

9. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1844)
"ULYSSES AND THE syren, —affords a pretty poetical contest between Pleasure and ... syren. COME, worthy Greeke, Ulysses come, Possesse these shores with me, ..."

10. A Laboratory Manual of Physics and Applied Electricity by Edward Leamington Nichols (1894)
"(Wj) Measurement of pitch by the syren', (W2) Wave length by Koenig s apparatus; (W3) Resonance of columns of air with determination of the velocity of ..."

11. Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)
"The Learned Fly, or the syren. This trick is somewhat more complex than the preceding, and depends partly on philosophical principles, and partly on a ..."

12. Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)
"The Learned Fly, or the syren. This trick is somewhat more complex than the preceding, and depends partly on philosophical principles, and partly on a ..."

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