- n. 六翼天使
- n. (Seraph)人名；(德)泽拉夫
基督教中级别最高的天使，来自希伯来语 seraphim,炽天使，复数形式于*saraph,来自 saraph, 燃烧，火焰。
- seraph (n.)
- 1667, first used by Milton (probably on analogy of cherub/cherubim), back-formed singular from Old English seraphim (plural), from Late Latin seraphim, from Greek seraphim, from Hebrew seraphim (only in Isa. vi), plural of *saraph (which does not occur in the Bible), probably literally "the burning one," from saraph "it burned." Seraphs were traditionally regarded as burning or flaming angels, though the word seems to have some etymological sense of "flying," perhaps from confusion with the root of Arabic sharafa "be lofty." Some scholars identify it with a word found in other passages interpreted as "fiery flying serpent."
- 1. Seraph is of the highest rank of angels in the Bible.
- 2. A seraph in the realms of rest!
- 3. Seraph fighters dropped from the cruisers, dozens of them, and gathered into swarms.
- 六翼天使战机从巡洋舰中落下, 许许多多, 聚成一大群.
- 4. " Depressurize Seraph launch bay fourteen, " Voro shouted. " Dump plasma from auxiliary coils into lateral lines. "
- “ 减压六翼天使发射运兵舱十四, ” 佛若大吼. “ 把辅助线圈里的等离子都倒进侧翼发射管. ”
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