This was called 'siris' in a second edition which was soon demanded.
He next visited siris, in lower Italy, a city of which he speaks very favourably.
A phrase by the way, which Cowper, though little given to borrowing, took straight from Berkeley's 'siris.'
Sic quoque etiamnum siris, ut ante, nominatus per aliquos in totum Homero gyptus, aliisque Triton.
It foretold to them the rising of the Nile, which they called siris, and admonished them when to sow.
siris seems to us the Sanscrit word Saras, a river in general, or the river, from its imputed superiority.
Earle's "vulgar-spirited" man, with whom "to thrive is to do well," recalls a famous passage in the siris.
Near it flows the Takazz, the ancient siris, with its poisonous waters bordered by majestic trees.
The results of his investigations were published in the 'Querist' and in 'siris.'
The two armies met at length on the banks of the river siris, where Rome fought its first great battle with a foreign foe.