Definitions

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  • proper noun Alternative form of Serendib.

Etymologies

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From Persian سراندیپ (Sarândip).

Examples

  • The book has a new title for the German market, 'Serendip' or Serendipity in English being the name of the hero's racing galley.

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  • The book has a new title for the German market, 'Serendip' or Serendipity in English being the name of the hero's racing galley.

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  • Arab traders knew it as "Serendip," the root of the word "serendipity."

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  • Arab traders knew it as "Serendip," the root of the word "serendipity."

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  • Arab traders knew it as "Serendip," the root of the word "serendipity."

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  • Notes Towards Day 9: A Conversation with "Serendip"

    Serendip's Exchange

  • Notes Towards Day 9: A Conversation with "Serendip"

    Serendip's Exchange

  • Notes Towards Day 9: A Conversation with "Serendip"

    Serendip's Exchange

  • Notes Towards Day 9: A Conversation with "Serendip"

    Serendip's Exchange

  • The word "serendipity" comes from the Persian fairy tale "The Three Princes of Serendip," whose heroes "were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of."

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