A cherub (Heb. כְּרוּב, pl. כְּרוּבִים, eng. trans kərūv, pl. kərūvîm, dual kərūvāyim lat. cherub, pl cherubi, Assyrian ܟܪܘܒܐ) is a type of spiritual being mentioned in the Hebrew Bible and cited later on in the Christian biblical canons, usually associated with the presence of God. The plural can be written as cherubim, cherubimsKJV or cherubs. In modern English the word cherub is sometimes used for what are strictly putti — baby or toddler angels in art. This article is concerned with the original sense of the word.
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... Cherub I Initial direct drive version introduced in 1923 ... Cherub II Geared down (21) version of the Cherub I ... Cherub III An improved and slightly larger (1.228 L) direct drive version introduced in 1925 ...
... trying to bring down its leader Ralph "The Führer" Donnington (continuing from the eleventh CHERUB book - Brigands M.C.) ... James returns to CHERUB campus to a wedding between some CHERUB staff and meets a lot of his old friends, as well as, staff, including his former ... Kyle tells James about how, when he was assisting in a CHERUB intensive training course in Malaysia in 2004, he met a young boy named Aizat Rakyat, who told him how Abdullah ...
... by powered by a nose-mounted 32hp Bristol Cherub II engine or a 35hp Blackburne Thrush radial piston engine ... with the Thrush engine prior to the meeting, it was refitted with the Cherub, and first flown with this engine by Bert Hinkler at Lympne on 30 September 1924 ... In 1927, it was re-engined again with a Bristol Cherub I and passed into private ownership until it was scrapped in 1931 ...
... The Cherub is a 12 feet long, high performance, two-man Planing dinghy first designed in 1951 in New Zealand by John Spencer (d 1994) ... The Cherub is Bermuda-rigged with trapeze(s), and has a crew of two ... The Cherub has been through a number of changes ...
... Born in 1971, she served as a CHERUB agent from 1981-1988 retiring with a black shirt and eleven missions with her role in the 1985 miner's strike ...
More definitions of "cherub":
- (noun): An angel of the second order whose gift is knowledge; usually portrayed as a winged child.
Famous quotes containing the word cherub:
“Every Morne from hence,
A brisk Cherub something sips,
Whose sacred influence
Adds sweetnes to his sweetest lips,
Then to his Musick, and his song
Tastes of his breakefast all day long.”
—Richard Crashaw (1613?1649)