- a female given name.
- a seaport in central Chile.
Examples from the Web for serena
Contemporary Examples of serena
Sloane Stephens Why You Might Know Her: In early 2013 she became the first American teenager to defeat Serena—ever.12 Things You Didn’t Know About the Quirky Stars of Wimbledon
June 23, 2014
Among the star-studded guests were Rick Ruben, Lala Anthony, Serena Williams and 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen.Eavesdropping On Kim and Kanye’s Florentine “Wedding of the Century”
Barbie Latza Nadeau
May 24, 2014
A few blocks away, dignitaries, including Tony Blair, held court in the upscale Serena Hotel.Rwanda Remembers 100 Days of Terror on Genocide’s 20th Anniversary
April 8, 2014
Serena Williams and Rihanna are undoubtedly famous women and have substantial followings.Will Kim and Kanye Kill Vogue?
March 24, 2014
People have taken to calling us the ‘Venus and Serena of media,’ which I think is hysterical.Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland’s Epic Sibling Rivalry
December 17, 2013
Historical Examples of serena
Serena was too busy glaring at the apron and its wearer to remember etiquette.
Serena, if you hear yells for help this afternoon, don't pay any attention.
He heard the applause which greeted Serena's opening speech of introduction.
The second shock was Serena's appearance and the calm graciousness of her demeanor.
Aunt Lavinia's will had changed their position in life, so Serena had said.
Word Origin and History for serena
fem. proper name, from Latin serena, fem. of serenus "clear, bright, fair, joyous" (see serene).