Origin of English word SERVANT

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The word SERVANT is addressed in the entry: SERF


English Word

SERF

Edenic Word

SaRaF

Hebrew Word

שרף

Transliteration

Sin-Resh-Phey

Pronounciation

SUH-RUF

Conversion

[ SRF]

Meaning

attendant angel

Roots

SERF and SERVANT are from Latin servus (a slave). God's celestial servant is the  SaRaF (Seraph, attendant angel).  A tyrant treats his footmen like footstools;  SiRaFRaF is a footstool. A SERAPH is an Anglicized celestial being (Isaiah 6:2). More at SAFFRON.


Branches

SERVE, SERVER and SERVICE are among 20 such SRV terms. An R → L change summons SLAVE. The AHD lists CONCIERGE, DESERVE, SERGEANT, SERVILE and SERVITUDE at its Indo-European “root” servus (slave - "Latin noun of unknown origin"). The SHERIFF is a hireling seen at SHIRE. See "SIR • for SR antonyms of mastery: SHaRaT to serve) is an SR synonym.  $eRe(V) (mutiny) is an SR antonym.


Bible Verses

Isaiah 6:2 שׂרפים עמדים ממעל לו שׁשׁ כנפים שׁשׁ כנפים לאחד בשׁתים יכסה פניו ובשׁתים יכסה רגליו ובשׁתים יעופף׃

“Above Him stood the seraphim; each one had six wings: with twain he covered his face and with twain he covered his feet, and with twain he did fly.”


Strong

(8314)

Related Words

SIRE



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