What does Seraphina mean?
Seraphina [seraphi-na] as a girls' name is pronounced ser-ah-FEE-nah. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Seraphina is "burning ones". Latin and feminine form of Hebrew Seraphim. In Jewish scriptures, the seraphim are the highest-ranking angels of God (above angels, archangels, cherubim, etc.). They have six wings and are known for their zealous love. Name of a fifth-century saint.
(female) Seraphila, Seraphita, ..
(male) Seraphinus, Seraphiva, .. Middle name pairings:
Seraphina Maelyn (S.M.), ..
How popular is Seraphina?
Seraphina is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Seraphina is an equivalently unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Seraphina for girls. Seraphina was first listed in 2010 and reached its top rank of #1215 in the U.S. in the year 2015. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Below is a charted study of the history of the girl name Seraphina and associated names. Serafina (#1600 from current records) is the only other popular alternative form of Seraphina (#1215 from current records) listed in the Top 2000. These relations of Seraphina were favored today (average #1407).
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Abrahana (see Abra), Bernadina, Bernina, Bertina, Caprina, Cerrina, Cesarina, Coralina, Delaina, Delphina, Doralina, Francina, Geraldina, Gerardina, Gererdina, Gertina, Gracina, Grazina, Hermina, Jeanina, Josephina, Karaina, Loraina, Mahina, Maralina, Merlina, Nerina, Orangina, Ralphina, Sabina, Sadina, Sahbina (see Sabina), Salina, Saphira, Sapphira, Sarahann, Sarahity, Sarina, Seadhna, Sebastiana, Sebina, Sebrina, Sefarina, Sefirina, Selestina, Selina▼, Sepharina, Sephira, Septima, Serach, Sereena, Serina, Serinah, Serinna, Serita, Sevanna, Shaina▼, Shalaina, Shalina, Sherrina, Sophia▲, Stephana, Stephine, Terasina, Teresina, Terosina, Terrina, Terrosina, Triphena, Tryphana, Tryphena, Verbina, Verina, Verperina and Zefarina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Seraphina.