Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun plural Giants.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Have always been fascinated the idea of nephilim/seraphim.

    Spotlight & Giveaway: Angelology by Danielle Trussoni

  • “A nephilim is a child born of a human mother and an angel father,” Brynna told him.

    Highborn

  • Fallen angels who have a sexual relationship with a human produce superhuman offspring called nephilim.

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  • Fallen angels who have a sexual relationship with a human produce superhuman offspring called nephilim.

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  • Fallen angels who have a sexual relationship with a human produce superhuman offspring called nephilim.

    hush, hush

  • Fallen angels who have a sexual relationship with a human produce superhuman offspring called nephilim.

    hush, hush

  • It renders the "giants" of Genesis as "nephilim" - to the confusion, one supposes, of elderly ladies everywhere.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • But v. 4 speaks of another class of ungodly men of olden times, setting the noun "nephilim" first by way of emphasis to make the new more prominent.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • The Enclave is apparently about an evil genetics institute with lots of frogs, and there are some nephilim running around, and this evil dude sits on a throne at the top of a big tower like the one in Blade Runner maybe, and he plays games with people's minds and has an obsession with pretty girls.

    July Christian Science Fiction & Fantasy Blog Tour

  • The Least Read Blog on the Web has a spoilerish "gripe" about the nephilim thing.

    July Christian Science Fiction & Fantasy Blog Tour

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