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Σειρήν , pl. Σειρῆνες, du. Σειρήνοιιν: pl., the Sirens, two in number, singing maidens, by their enchanting song luring mariners to destruction, Od. 12.39 ff., 158, 167, 198, Od. 23.326. (The conception of the Sirens as bird-footed and three in number, as seen in the cut, is post-Homeric.)

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