Cervidaen Sinon


It was all the more because they wished to contribute to the festivities that the reindeer toiled each Christmas Eve. Sinon, in particular, poured her soul into the preparation of presents that would bring smiles to many. It was her goal that not a single recipient felt the slightest dissatisfaction, for their joy would bring her the same elation in turn. The hearts of her and all her partners were truly as pure as immaculate fallen snow.


Name originEdit

Cervidae is a Latin family name term for deer, derived from Latin cervus "deer" plus suffix -idae which forms names of families of animals, from Ancient Greek eîdos "appearance".

In Greek mythology, Sinon (Greek: from the verb sinomai "to harm, to hurt") a son of Aesimus (son of Autolycus), or of the crafty Sisyphus, was a Greek warrior during the Trojan War. He pretended to have deserted the Greeks and, as a Trojan captive, convinced the Trojans to pull the the giant wooden horse, there were Greek soldiers, inside the city walls, thus sealing the fate of Troy.

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