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seriēs —, acc. em, abl. ē, no plur, f.

1 SER-, a row, succession, series, chain : laminae serie inter se conexae, Cu.: vinculorum, Cu.—Fig., a series, chain, connection, train, sequence, succession, order, course : cetera series deinde sequitur: tantum series iuncturaque pollet, connection , H.: rerum: causarum: disputationum: immensa laborum, O. —Poet., of time, succession : innumerabilis Annorum, H.: temporis, O.A line of descent, lineage : Digne vir hac serie, O.: serie fulcite genus, Pr.

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