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Variations: Sirānas, Suryānās, Sirinā, Siwānis

According to al-Qazwini, the Sirānis can be found in the undergrowth of Kabul and Zabulistan. Its name is derived from the Greek siren, from which the sirānis evolved beyond recognition. 317 more words



Variations: Aíge, Spirit-Tadpole

The Aíǰe is associated with the Bororo of Brazil and Bolivia, and in particular the Páiwoe and Aróroe clans. It is a gigantic tadpole, somewhat like a hippopotamus. 296 more words

Pond And River


Variations: Shadhahvar, Shadhahwar, Shādhahvār, Shad-hawar, Shād-hawār, Shad-havar, Shadhawar, Shadahvar, Shadahwar, Shadawar, Sadahvar, Sadahwar, Sadhavvar, Sadhazar, Sadhazag, Sadhuzag, Aras, ‘rs, ‘rsh

The earliest references to the musical-horned unicorn are given by Jabir Ibn Hayyan, around 900 A.D., where it is referred to as the Aras. 626 more words


Dormant Musical Talent

Dear Friends,

Nothing is more fulfilling than waking up to a day that is tailor-made for going
out and moving our bodies in gratitude. On this gorgeous Sunday, I wish you a… 373 more words


Kanta Filipinas.. Himig OPM 2015 - The Finalists

As part of the roster of activities and the culminating event and highlight of this year’s celebration of the 117th Philippine Independence Day the Philippine Consulate in Jeddah once again tapped the expertise and artistry of events and entertainment masters, FAME (The Filipino Artiste Migrant Ensemble), to stage another musical talent-based competition entitled… 863 more words


The Emerger

I have three grown children, each of whom has given me one grandchild. The two boys have been involved in music professions for years. Their “little” sister has been a housewife, a part-time realtor, and an attendee of their concerts. 127 more words