The meaning of Seraphina is 'fiery winged', according to its Hebrew Origin. The name also means 'the burning ones', 'ardent', and 'angel of God'. Originating from Italy too, Seraphina is a variant of the Italian name Seraphim. The name is traditionally used by parents to name a baby girl. In literature, Serafina Pekkala is the name of a witch in Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials’ book series and Seraphina de Miromara is the name of a character from the 'Water Fire Saga' book series. The name also belongs to the protagonist in Barbara Cartland's book 'The Frightened Bride'. A character named Seraphina is the Queen of Mouseland in the 'Angelina Ballerina' children's book series too. Elsewhere, Seraphina Grace 'Saffy' Blythe is the name of a fictional character in the novel 'The Distant Hours' by Kate Morton. Famous people with this name include the Italian nun Seraphina Sforza and Seraphina Rose Elizabeth, the daughter of the acting duo Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck.