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Serenissima Line breaks: Ser¦en|is¦sima
Pronunciation: /ˌsɛrəˈnɪsɪmə/

Definition of Serenissima in English:

noun

(La Serenissima or the Serenissima)
A name for Venice: the Serenissima’s seafaring past
More example sentences
  • In the week before Lent, "La Serenissima" offers a wondrous show on a wonderful stage.
  • Citizens referred to it as " the most serene republic of Venice ", or simply the" Serenissima " (the Most Serene).
  • La Serenissima is alive with bells.

Origin

Italian, feminine of serenissimo 'most serene'.

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