One might have been a model for the seraphs of Christian faith, the other an Olympian deity.
Wellhausen surmises that the seraphs of the Jews are to be traced to some such origin.
Seraphs from the holy regions— Oh, so sweet, and so inviting!
They are also called cherubim and seraphim, that is, cherubs and seraphs.
Oh, that my Eve were at home on my hearth, and not in the skies with the seraphs!'
He met you with the honest grip of a man and a smile that only the seraphs can appreciate.
Their arms were outstretched; their eyes burning like the eyes of seraphs.
Therefore even the seraphs veil their faces with their wings when they sing the Thrice Holy.
At length I strolled through a mazy vista to oblivion, surrounded by a dancing throng of seraphs.
He knew unworthy men full of complaint against an economy that would not let them live like demons, and be blessed as seraphs!