serenata


ser·e·na·ta

noun \ˌser-ə-ˈnä-tə\

Definition of SERENATA

:  an 18th century secular cantata of a dramatic character usually composed in honor of an individual or event

Origin of SERENATA

Italian, serenade
First Known Use: circa 1724

Rhymes with SERENATA

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