seraph

noun ser·aph \ ˈser-əf \

Definition of seraph

plural seraphim play \ˈser-ə-ˌfim, -ˌfēm\ or seraphs
: seraphim 2

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Origin and Etymology of seraph

assumed singular of Hebrew śĕrāphīm


SERAPH Defined for English Language Learners

seraph

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Definition of seraph for English Language Learners

  • : a type of angel that is described in the Bible : an angel of the highest rank


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