Seraph Name Meaning & Origin

Seraph

Pronunciation: n/a

Origin of the name Sarah:

Derived from the Hebrew sārāh (princess). The name is borne in the Bible by the wife of the patriarch Abraham and mother of Isaac.

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Comments and insights on the name Seraph

This is a biblical name coming from Isaiah 6:2,6. It is the singular of Seraphim a type of Angel. It is also from Hebrew mean fiery one, or burning.

Personal experiences with the name Seraph

Most people hear it pronounced as Sarah. But once that get it they remember it. Most people find it difficult to pronounce from paper, also difficult to spell.

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Meanings and history of the name Seraph

Biblical, Hebrew origin. Isaiah 6 reference.

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