Etymology
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seriatim (adv.)

1670s (earlier seratim, c. 1500), "one after another; so as to be or make a series," from Medieval Latin seriatim, from Latin series "row, series, sequence, succession," from serere "to join together, arrange in a row" (from PIE root *ser- (2) "to line up").

updated on May 23, 2022

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