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Gender: F Meaning of Seraphine: "burning ones" Origin of Seraphine: French from Hebrew

Seraphine is the Gallic version of the angelic name Seraphina. But while Seraphina has been rising rapidly since Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck chose it for their second daughter, Seraphine has been largely ignored, though we believe the French vowel-sound ending will soon be more stylish than the a-endings that have predominated in girls' names for years.

Another cousin, Seraphita, is the heroine of an eponymous 1837 Balzac novel.

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Famous People Named Seraphine

Séraphine Louis aka Séraphine de Senlis, French painter
Seraphine Sng Sin Pei aka Seraph Sun, Singaporean actress
Séraphine Pick, New Zealand painter

Pop Culture References for the name Seraphine

Sarafine, character in the Caster Cronicles series
Seraphine Sixsmith, scheming woman in Caprice (1917) by Ronald Firbank