- Traditional plural of cherub.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Cher"u*bim (?), n. The Hebrew
plural of Cherub.. Cf. Seraphim.
&fist; Cherubims, in the King James version of the
bible, is an incorrect form, made by adding the English plural
termination to the Hebrew plural cherubim instead of to
the singular cherub.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
Cherubim, an order of angelic beings conceived of as accompanying
the manifestations of Jehovah, supporting His throne and protecting His
glory, guarding it from profane intrusion; winged effigies of them
overshadowed the Mercy Seat (q. v.).
Cherubim, a character in the "Mariage de Figaro"; also the 11th
Hussars, from their trousers being of a cherry colour.
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