What does Sirena mean?
Sirena [sire-na] as a girls' name is pronounced sir-EEN-ah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Sirena is "enchanter". In Greek mythology, the sirens were half-woman, half-bird creatures who, by their irresistable singing, lured seamen to their doom. See also Sarina and Serena.
Sirena has 18 more alternative forms via Sarina, Serena: Cerena, Reena, Sareen, Sareena, Sarena, Sarene, Sarina, Sarinna, Sarita, Saryna, Sereena, Serenah, Serene, Serenna, Serina, Serinah, Serinna and Seryna.Kreatif forms:
(female) Sigrena, Sireda, ..
(male) Siren, Sirenan, ..
How popular is Sirena?
Sirena is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3849 out of 4276, Top 90%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Sirena for girls. Sirena entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its top position of #1253 in the U.S. in the year 1995, but is not ranked currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Reena, Sarena, Sarina (#1342 from current records), Sarita, Serena (#411) and Serina are the prominent related forms of Sirena. These forms of Sirena reached the top of their popularity in the year 2000 (usage of 0.1%) and have become significantly less conventional since.
Sirena is pronounced similarly to Cyrena, Cyrina, Siriana, Zareena, Zarina, Zorana and Zorina. Other suggested similar names are Airina, Arena, Birdena, Corena, Dorena, Drena, Eilena, Eirana, Eiren, Eirena, Eirene, Erena, Irena, Jimena▲, Karena, Kerena, Korena, Larena, Libena (see Luba), Lizena, Lorena▼, Marena, Milena▲, Mirana, Mireya▼, Mirna, Morena, Nirela, Sabrena, Saran, Selena▼, Sena▼, Shaena, Sharana, Shareena, Sharen, Sharena, Sharene, Sharina, Sharona, Sheena▼, Shena, Shereena, Sherina, Shireen, Shirine, Siana, Sianna, Sideny, Siena▲, Sienna▲, Siera, Signa, Simeona, Simona, Sina, Sirvana, Sylena, Tarena, Terena, Trena, Tyrena, Urena, Varena, Verena, Virgena, Virna and Ximena▲. These names tend to be less frequently used than Sirena.