How to Pronounce sire?

Correct pronunciation for the word "sire" is [sˈa͡ɪ͡ə], [sˈa‍ɪ‍ə], [s_ˈaɪə].

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"Sire" in context

A sire is the male parent of a male offspring. The word can also be used to refer to the head of a tribe, a ruler or a person of high rank. It is from the Latin word "sire" which means "father". In some countries, the title of "sire" is used to address either a man of royal lineage or a knight. It is believed to have originated in France.

Sires are typically responsible for protecting, nurturing and guiding the young of their species. Male birds, for example, will build nests for their female partners and keep them safe from predators.

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