Numerology information Sirin:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Sirin:

urbanA beautiful girl, she's sassy, sexy and has an exotic background eg. Irish and Cypriot. She's crazy, a laugh and good fun, she's attractive but can be a real idiot sometimes.. she's a stunner and a little flirt. Usually with dark, long hair and green/blue eyes. She's curvy and has a nice complextion.

urbanBoy 1: Dayyuum... you see her? Boy 2: Woow, bet she's a Sirin!! Boy 1: Jheezee, im on it ;)


Songs about Sirin:

songsAzadi Gelek Sirin E by Derwe? Serhedi from the Album Rengen Gowende

songsEy Sirin by Dodan Project from the Album Be Naw

songsEy Sirin by Dodan Project from the Album Be Naw

songsFour Sirin by Vera Sazhina from the Album In Red Light

songsO sirin sözlerine by Gülcan Kaya from the Album Gülcan Kaya

songsPa pwen sirin by Luc Leandry from the Album The Coach

songsSakala Sirin by Siha Shakthi from the Album Siha Shakthi Stopless


Books about Sirin:

booksSirin (Russian Edition) by Unknown (Jan 1, 1913)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Phathanothai, Sirin (1947-) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksThe Interpretation of Dreams By Ibn Sirin (Darul Taqwa) by Ibn Sirin (2010)

booksSirin - Baskan Olmak Kolay mi? by Birsen Ekim Ozen (2010)

booksSirin Hayvanlar by Nurettin Igci (2005)

booksSirin Devrim by Sirin (2003)

booksTEKELI, SIRIN [1940-]: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North... by YeSim Arat (2004)


Movies about Sirin:

moviessirinler 'Hayalet sirin Efsanesi' / The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow 2013 Unrated - Directed by: Stephan Franck


Wiki information Sirin:


Sirin is a mythological creature of Russian legends, with the head and chest of a beautiful woman and the body of a bird. According to myth, the Sirins lived "in Indian lands" near Eden or around the Euphrates River. These half-women half-birds are...

Ibn Sirin
Writer, Author, Person, Deceased Person

Muhammad Ibn Sirin, was a Muslim interpreter of dreams who lived in the 8th century. He was a contemporary of Anas ibn Malik.