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Siren

Siren or sirens may refer to:

Contents

  • Most common uses 1
  • Animals 2
  • Places 3
  • Music 4
    • Artists 4.1
    • Albums 4.2
    • Songs 4.3
    • Other 4.4
  • Film and television 5
  • Other media and arts 6
  • People 7
  • In the military 8
  • In sports 9
  • Other uses 10
  • See also 11

Most common uses

Animals

  • Hestina, a genus of brush-footed butterfly commonly called the Sirens
  • Siren (genus), a genus of aquatic salamanders in the Sirenidae family
  • Sirenia, an order of aquatic mammals including sea cows, Dugongs, and Manatees
  • Sirenidae, a family of aquatic salamanders

Places

Music

Artists

Albums

Siren

Sirens

Songs

Other

  • Sirènes ("Sirens"), a movement in the Debussy suite Nocturnes
  • The Siren (musical), a 1911 Broadway musical
  • Acme siren, a varying-pitch wind instrument, often found in the percussion section of orchestras
  • Siren FM, a community radio station based at the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom
  • Siren Music Festival, an annual outdoor concert held at Coney Island, New York, from 2001 to 2010

Film and television

Other media and arts

People

In the military

In sports

Other uses

See also

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