Siret

[si-ret]
noun
  1. a river in SE Europe, flowing SE from the Carpathian Mountains in Ukraine, through E Romania to the Danube. 270 miles (435 km) long.
German Sereth.
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Historical Examples of siret

  • Siret considers that they were merely groups of people from Asia—probably the Syrian coast—who 96 were in contact with Egypt.

    Ancient Man in Britain

    Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie

  • In the 98 latter area, as Siret has proved, the Easterners worked silver-bearing lead and copper.

    Ancient Man in Britain

    Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie

  • Siret shows that the ancient name of the Tiber was Rumon, which was derived from the root signifying milk.

    Ancient Man in Britain

    Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie

  • Siret shows that the symbolic markings on typical stone monuments are identical with those of the tree cult.

    Ancient Man in Britain

    Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie


British Dictionary definitions for siret

Siret

noun
  1. a river in SE Europe, rising in Ukraine and flowing southeast through E Romania to the Danube. Length: about 450 km (280 miles)
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