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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French serin

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serin ‎(plural serins)

  1. Any of various small finches in the genus Serinus, with largely yellow plumage.

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EtymologyEdit

Apparently borrowed from an early language of southern France (compare Old Provençal cerena ‎(hunting-bird)), from Late Latin sirena, from Latin siren ‎(Siren), from Ancient Greek Σειρήν ‎(Seirḗn).

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serin m ‎(plural serins)

  1. bird of the species serinus, canary

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serin n

  1. (biochemistry) serine

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TurkishEdit

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From Old Turkic

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serin (comparative daha serin, superlative en serin)

  1. cool (mildly or pleasantly cold)

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