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Date: 800-900
Language: Late Latin
Origin: seraphim (plural), from Hebrew

seraph

noun
     
Related topics: Christianity
ser‧aph plural seraphs also seraphim [countable]
RRC one of the angels that protect the seat of God, according to the Bible [↪ cherub]

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