Se·ra·pis noun \sə-ˈrā-pəs\
: an Egyptian god combining attributes of Osiris and Apis and having a widespread cult in Ptolemaic Egypt and ancient Greece
Origin of SERAPIS
Latin, from Greek Sarapis
First Known Use: 1587
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