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See also: Seraph
Back-formation of singular form from plural seraphim, from Latin seraphim, from Hebrew שרפים (serafim), plural form of שרף (saraf). The plural "seraphims" occurs in the King James Bible (Isaiah chapter 6).
- (biblical) A six-winged angel; the highest choir or order of angels in Christian angelology, ranked above cherubim, and below God. A detailed description can be found at the beginning of Isaiah chapter 6
highest order of angels
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