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Definition of "seraphim" [ser•a•phim]

  • Plural form of seraph. (noun)

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Use "seraphim" in a sentence
  • "The word seraphim means ‘fiery one,’ which if you study your Libro Rosso, you will recognize as the original name of the Queen of Sheba."
  • "Seraphina is derived from the Biblical word seraphim, is Hebrew in origin and means fiery ones."
  • "Above the cornices are three other pedestals, supporting the three Saints, Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael; and above St. Michael, in the midst of cherubim and seraphim, is a representation of the Eternal Father."