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sertum

noun ser·tum \ ˈsərtəm \

Definition of sertum

plural serta \-tə\
: a scientific treatise upon a collection of plants

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Origin and Etymology of sertum

New Latin, from Latin, garland


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sertum

noun

Definition of sertum

plural sertums also sertum or sertrum
: a coin of Bhutan first issued in the second half of the 20th century
Note: Most sources use sertums as a general plural, but coins show sertum for the denomination two and sertrum for five.

First Known Use of sertum

1966


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