Sa'raph (Heb. Saraph'. שָׂרָŠ, burning; Sept. Σαράφ v.r. Σαἰα), named as one of the sons or descendants of Shelah the son of Judah (1Ch 4:22), and he seems to have lived about the time of the Eisode, as he is said to have had the dominion in Moab. B.C. cir. 1618. "Burrington (Geneal. 1, 179) makes Saraph a descendant of Jokim, whom he regards as the third son of Shelah. In the Targum of R. Joseph, Joash and Saraph are identified with Mahlon and Chilion, who married (בָּעֲלוּ) in Moab.'"