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Serenaʹde (3 syl.)

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Music performed in the serenei.e. in the open air at eventide (Latin, sereʹnum, whence the French sérénade and Italian serenata).

“Or serenate which the starved lover sings

To his proud fair.”


Milton: Paradise Lost, iii. 769.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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September Massacres
Septuagesima Sunday
Septuagint
Seraglio
Seraphim
Serapis
Serat (Al)
Serbonian Bog or Serbonis
Seremenes
Serenade
Serene
Serif and Sanserif
Sèrjeants-at-Law
Sermon Lane (Doctors Commons, London)
Serpent
Serpentine Verses
Serrapurda
Servant (Faithful)
Serve
Servus Servorum (Latin)