I am afraid I am not following you. If you have a pop bottle with an inch of liquid in it, and a straw sticking in it about 6 inches above the liquid, you could suck all day on that straw and not draw any liquid into it.
Technically siphoning DOES mean to transference of liquids by means a negative pressure through a tube. But if there is an air break (no contact with liquid) then how can it siphon it? Again, siphoning would require the negative pressure suction in combination of the elimination (flooding) of the air-break.
But I have to admit that this is yet another thread that has gone way out there.