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Serafine – Name Meaning, Origin, Popularity

Meaning of Serafine:

Serafine is a Latin name meaning “burning ones” or “fiery ones.” The name also has Hebrew roots, drawing from the word “seraphim,” which refers to the highest order of angels in Jewish and Christian traditions.

Origin of Serafine:

Serafine is derived from the Latin word “seraphim,” which refers to the highest order of angels with six wings. In Hebrew, “seraphim” means “burning ones.” The name Seraphina, and by extension Serafine, carries a celestial and angelic connotation.

Popularity of Serafine:

According to the United States Social Security Administration, Serafine is the 2444th most popular name in the United States. An estimated 7,675 have this name, and there are 2.41 people with this name for every 100,000 Americans.

The name gained attention in modern times due to the French painter Séraphine Louis, known as “Séraphine de Senlis.” Her story was portrayed in the 2008 film “Séraphine,” which won the Cannes Film Festival’s César Award for Best Film.

Famous People Named Serafine:

  1. Serafine Savoy (Serafine Savoy): Serafine Savoy is a fictional character in the movie “The Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf.” The film is a horror sequel to “The Howling.”
  2. Serafine L’Amour (Serafine L’Amour): Serafine L’Amour is a character in the video game “Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors.” Darkstalkers is a fighting game series featuring various characters inspired by classic horror themes.
  3. Serafine Pigot (Serafine Pigot): Serafine Pigot is a musician and artist known for her work in the electronic music genre. She has released music under the name “Serafine.”

Nicknames for Serafine:

Some common variations or nicknames for Serafine include:

  1. Seraph
  2. Fina
  3. Sera

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