Definition of Circe in English:

Circe

proper noun

Greek Mythology
  • An enchantress who lived with her wild animals on the island of Aeaea. When Odysseus visited the island, his companions were changed into pigs by her potions, but he protected himself with the mythical herb moly and forced her to restore his men into human form.

    temptress, siren, femme fatale, enchantress, sorceress, delilah, circe, lorelei, mata hari
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Origin

Via Latin from Greek Kirkē.

Pronunciation:

Circe

/ˈsərsē/