noun ser·po·let \¦sərpə¦let\

Definition of serpolet



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Origin and Etymology of serpolet

French, from Provençal serpolet, diminutive of serpol wild thyme, from Latin serpyllum, serpullum, modification (influenced by serpere to creep) of Greek herpyllon, from herpein to creep — more at serpent

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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