Meaning of SERAPH in English

I. ˈserəf noun

also ser·a·phim -ˌfim also -ˌfēm sometimes ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷

( plural seraphim or seraphs also seraphims )

Etymology: Late Latin seraphim, seraphin seraphs, from Hebrew śĕrāphīm

1. : one of an order of fiery six-winged angels who guard God's throne — see celestial hierarchy

2. : a representation of a seraph often in red symbolizing sacred ardor

3. : one that is seraphic in character

II. adjective

: relating to or being a seraph : seraphic

the seraph way of those above — Lord Byron

a seraph wind — G.W.Russell

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