The word “archangel” comes from a Greek word meaning "chief angel." It refers to an angel who seems to be the leader of other angels. Jude verse 9 uses the definite article "the archangel Michael," which could possibly indicate that Michael is the only archangel.
Ariel (Hebrew: אריאל , translit. Ari'el, Arael or Ariael) is an angel found primarily in Jewish and Christian mysticism and Apocrypha. The literal meaning is "lion of God." The word Ariel occurs in the Hebrew Bible at Isaiah 29:1, 29:2, and 29:7, where it refers to Jerusalem.
Barachiel is an archangel known as the angel of blessings and this angel is also the chief of all of the guardian angels. Barachiel (who is also often known as "Barakiel") means "God's blessings.". Other spellings include Barchiel, Baraqiel, Barkiel, Barbiel, Barakel, Baraqel, Pachriel, and Varachiel.
Cassiel, (also known as Cafziel, Cafzyel, Caphziel, Casiel, Cassael, Casziel, Kafziel, Kasiel, Qafsiel, Qaphsiel, Qaspiel, Qephetzial, or Quaphsiel), meaning "Speed of God" or "God is my anger" is an angel appearing in extracanonical Jewish, Christian, and Islamic mystical and magical works, often as one of the Seven Archangels, the angel of Saturn ...
Dumah is an angel mentioned in Rabbinical literature. Dumah is a popular figure in Yiddish folklore. I. B. Singer's Short Friday, a collection of stories, mentions Dumah as a "thousand-eyed angel of death, armed with a fiery rod or flaming sword". Dumah is the Aramaic word for silence.
Gadreel was the angel that guarded the Garden of Eden from evil, particularly Lucifer, who managed to trick Gadreel into letting him in. This ruptured the Garden's stability, triggering a series of events that caused the creation of Hell, Lucifer's falling from Heaven, humanity's corruption, and the creation of demons.
Harut and Marut (Arabic: هَـارُوت وَمَـارُوت, Hārūṫ wa-Mārūṫ) are the two angels mentioned in the second surah of the Quran, who were present during the reign of Sulaymân (Arabic: سُـلَـيْـمَـان, Solomon), and were located at Bābil (Arabic: بَـابِـل, Babylon).
Jophiel may help you solve a problem that has been frustrating you, writes Diana Cooper in her book Angel Inspiration: Together, Humans and Angels Have the Power to Change the World: "Whenever you are stuck in a problem and suddenly the solution is obvious, one of Archangel Jophiel’s angels has probably illumined your mind.
Kushiel appears as a character in Jacqueline Carey's series of novels entitled Kushiel's Legacy. Kushiel was the punishing angel of the Yeshuites' One God. The main antagonist from the video game King of Fighters Maximum Impact 2 - Jivatma - runs an assassin's syndicate named Kushiel (or Kusiel).
Nuriel, an angel in Jewish mythology, translates as "Fire of the Lord" and is the angel responsible for hailstorms. In Jewish legend, Moses encountered Nuriel in the 2nd heaven, when he issues from the side of Chesed (Mercy), Nuriel manifests in the form of an eagle, an eagle that, when issuing from the side of Geburah (Strength), is Uriel.
Virtue says in Angels 101 that Raziel has a rainbow-colored aura, and Gregg says in Encyclopedia of Angels, Spirit Guides and Ascended Masters that Raziel's whole presence is a colorful one: "A beautiful yellow aura emanates from his tall form.
Sariel (Aramaic: שריאל, Greek: Σαριηλ, Coptic: ⲥⲟⲩⲣⲓⲏⲗ "Prince of God" "God's Prince") is an angel, mainly from Judaic tradition. Other possible versions of his name are Suriel, Suriyel (in some Dead Sea Scrolls translations), Seriel, Sauriel, Surya, Saraqael, Sarakiel, Suruel, Surufel and Sourial.
Zerachiel is one of the seven archangels named in the Book of Enoch. He is an angel of healing who watches over human beings, especially those children whose parents have problems with addictions. Zerachiel understands children raised in such homes need extra love and support.