Definition of Sirras

1. sirra [n] - See also: sirra



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirras

sirnames
sirnaming
siroc
sirocco
siroccos
sirocs
sirohaem
sirohaems
siroheme
sirohemes
sirohydrochlorin
sirolimus
sirra
sirrah
sirrahs
sirras (current term)
sirred
sirree
sirrees
sirring
sirrush
sirrushes
sirs
sirt
sirtuin
sirtuins
sirup
siruped
sirupier
sirupiest

Literary usage of Sirras

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1. The Politics of Aristotle by Aristotle, William Lambert Newman (1902)
"... of the text may be the same man, or he may have died and been succeeded by a son named sirras (his daughter being named Sirra), who may himself have had ..."

2. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides (1848)
"sirras G. 9. рт'Р Cî. то] от. d. ю. ê<m]Kfv V. h. Bekker. in edit. min. 12. ..."

3. A Greek Grammar, for Schools and Colleges by James Hadley (1872)
"... sirras Aí;</>-3;¡:'ai and some desired that they should be taken ai being treacherous. a. The subject of the infinitive maybe another infinitive ..."

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