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serie f. (Noun) "series"
Very late 15th cent. From Latin series 'id.' from serere "to tie together." From Proto-Italic *ser-e/o- 'id.' see cerrar.
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese série, Catalan sèrie, French série, Italian serie
Italic
Oscan aserum "to lay"
Germanic
Gothic sarwa "armor," Old Norse sørvi "collar," Old High German saro "armor," Old English searu "art"
Balto-Slavic
Lithuanian sėris "thread"
Hellenic
Ancient Greek εἴρειν (eírein) "to knit," "to tie"
Tocharian
A ṣurm "motive," B ṣarm 'id.'