Serendib

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From Arabic سرانديب (sarāndīb), from Persian سراندیپ (sarândip), from Pali Sīhaḷadīpa and Sanskrit सिंहलद्वीप (Siṃhaladvīpa, island of the Sinhala people); dīpa (island) in Pali and Sinhala and द्वीप (dvīpa, island) in Sanskrit

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Serendib

  1. An ancient name of Ceylon or Sri Lanka
    • 2003 Brigitte. Ellemor, Richard Plunkett, Verity Campbell - Sri Lanka
      His last two journeys were to Sri Lanka, or Serendib as Arab mariners knew it.

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