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early 15c., "watery," later "of or pertaining to serum" (16c.), from French séreux (16c.) and directly from Latin serosus, from serum "watery fluid, whey" (see serum). Related: Serosity.
serosity se·ros·i·ty (sĭ-rŏs'ĭ-tē)n.
A serous fluid or a serum.
The condition of being serous.
The serous quality of a liquid.
serous se·rous (sēr'əs)adj. Containing, secreting, or resembling serum.