Seraph



noun, plural seraphs, seraphim
[ser-uh-fim] /ˈsɛr ə fɪm/ (Show IPA)
1.
one of the celestial beings hovering above God’s throne in Isaiah’s vision. Isa. 6.
2.
a member of the highest order of angels, often represented as a child’s head with wings above, below, and on each side.
noun (pl) -aphs, -aphim (-əfɪm)
1.
(theol) a member of the highest order of angels in the celestial hierarchies, often depicted as the winged head of a child
2.
(Old Testament) one of the fiery six-winged beings attendant upon Jehovah in Isaiah’s vision (Isaiah 6)

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