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serene

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English

Etymology

From Middle English, from [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] serenus (clear, cloudless, untroubled).

Pronunciation

Adjective

A serene (1) expression.
serene (comparative more serene or serener, superlative most serene or serenest)

Positive
serene

Comparative
more serene or serener

Superlative
most serene or serenest

  1. Peaceful, calm, unruffled; unaffected by disturbance.
  2. (archaic) (Of the sky) fair and unclouded.
  3. Used as part of certain titles.
    Her Serene Highness

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Italian

Adjective

serene f.

  1. Feminine plural form of sereno

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