solemn

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English solemne, from Old French solempne, from Late Latin sōlennis and sōlempnis, from Latin sōlemnis, from sollemnis (ritual; festive, solemn, customary, celebrated at a fixed date), from sollus (entire).

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Adjective[edit]

solemn (comparative more solemn, superlative most solemn)

  1. Deeply serious and somber.
  2. Somberly impressive.
  3. Performed with great ceremony.
  4. Sacred.
  5. Gloomy or sombre.

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin sollemnis.

Adjective[edit]

solemn

  1. solemn, grave, serious
  2. impressive, exalted
  3. festive, celebratory

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