noun (Plural: leviathans)
- large Biblical sea monster
- something large; behemoth
- That man was a leviathan! He took up a whole row of seats at the theater.
- French: léviathan
- Italian: leviatano
Translations: Etymology: From Hebrew (Biblical and Modern) ÖÖÖÖ, whale.
- Very large; gargantuan.
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