Seraph

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Back formation from Latin seraphim, also seraphin, a plural, from Hebrew שְׂרָפִים(s'rafím), plural of שָׂרָף(saráf) of which the meaning is uncertain; perhaps related to the root Hebrew שרף(to burn).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈzeːʁaf/
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Seraph m (genitive Seraphs, plural Seraphe or Seraphim or Seraphin or Seraphinen)

  1. seraph (highest order of angels)

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