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A painting of God and two seraphim from the 14th century.

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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).

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seraph ‎(plural seraphs or seraphim or seraphims)

  1. (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

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