seal. noun (2) Definition of seal (Entry 3 of 5) 1a : something that confirms, ratifies, or makes secure : guarantee, assurance. b(1) : a device with a cut or raised emblem, symbol, or word used especially to certify a signature or authenticate a document.
Thereof, is it Seel or seal?
is that seal is a pinniped (pinnipedia), particularly an earless seal (true seal) or eared seal or seal can be a stamp used to impress a design on a soft substance such as wax while seel is (uk|dialectal) good fortune; happiness; bliss or seel can be the rolling or agitation of a ship in a storm.
Also, what are the scars on seals face?
The prominent scarring on Seal's face is the result of a type of lupus called discoid lupus erythematosus, which affects the skin and leaves large scars. Seal's brother, Jeymes Samuel, better known as The Bullitts, is also an accomplished singer-songwriter.
Why are seals called Seals?
Fur seals and sea lions can rotate their hind feet and use them to walk along with some speed. Also, fur seals are so-named because they have thick fur that can trap air and help keep them warm. True seals have thin fur and use blubber for insulation.
What is a seal in the Bible?
In the Book of Revelation, the Seven Seals Of God are the seven symbolic seals (Greek: σφραγ?δα, sphragida) that secure the book or scroll that John of Patmos saw in an apocalyptic vision. Important scrolls being secured with seals is mentioned in earlier Bible examples including Book of Daniel 12:4