noun plural -rae (-riː)
- serra da estrela,
- serra da mantiqueira,
- serra do mar,
- serra junípero,
Word Origin for serra
Examples from the Web for serra
Of course these are derivative, too, almost as though Serra were his own pupil, or a forger of his own pieces.
And here's a nice detail: Bachman's object exists in an edition of 2,000, so the total heft of his work matches Serra's.
The boulders of Erreré are entirely distinct from the rock of the Serra, and consist of masses of compact hornblende.
One of these, Padre Oumetz, was for thirty years a companion of Serra in his missionary labors.
The Italians led the way; Serra has been mentioned in our last volume, and a few more might find a place in this.
From the top of the Serra Azul near where the fazenda was situated, a broad valley was seen to open out at our feet.Journeys and Experiences in Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile|Henry Stephens
The story of the founding of San Diego by Serra has already been given.The Old Franciscan Missions Of California|George Wharton James