Complete Definition of "leviathan"

English
Etymology
From Hebrew (Biblical and Modern) לִוְיָתָן, whale.

Pronunciation
lə-vÄ«'ə-thən, /ləˈvaɪəθən/, /<tt>[email protected]"[email protected]@n</tt>/
:Rhymes:English:-aɪəθən|Rhymes: -aɪəθən

Adjective
leviathan notcomp

  1. Very large; gargantuan.

Translations

Bulgarian: огромен
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Noun
leviathan (Plural: leviathans)

  1. large Biblical sea monster
  2. something large; behemoth

#: That man was a leviathan! He took up a whole row of seats at the theater.

Translations

Bulgarian: левиатан m
French: léviathan m
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Italian: leviatano m
Russian: левиафан /leviafán/ m

See also
w:Leviathan|Wikipedia article on the Leviathan
enormous
giant

Category:Mythological creatures

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