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serenity (n.)

1530s, of weather, 1590s, of persons, from French sérénité, from Latin serenitatem (nominative serenitas) "clearness, serenity," from serenus (see serene). Earliest use (mid-15c.) was as a title of honor for kings, probably from the similar use of Latin serenitas, applied to Roman emperors, later popes.

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Definitions of serenity from WordNet

serenity (n.)
a disposition free from stress or emotion;
Synonyms: repose / quiet / placidity / tranquillity / tranquility
serenity (n.)
the absence of mental stress or anxiety;
Synonyms: peace / peacefulness / peace of mind / repose / heartsease / ataraxis
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