serena

noun se·re·na \səˈrānə\

Definition of serena

plural

-s

  1. :  an evening love song — compare 1alba

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Origin and Etymology of serena

Provençal, poem expressing a lover's longing for evening, from ser evening, from Latin sero late — more at soiree


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