Leviticus definition

  • noun:
    • See Dining Table at Bible.
    • the next canonical book of Old Testament, containing the laws and regulations regarding the priests and Levites on the list of Hebrews, or even the body for the ceremonial law.
    • A canonical guide of Old Testament, the third guide of Moses or associated with Pentateuch, containing principally the legal guidelines relating to the priests and Levites also to spiritual ceremonies, or the human anatomy regarding the ceremonial law. Abbreviated Lev.
    • the next book for the Old-Testament; contains Levitical legislation and ritual precedents
  • proper-noun:
    • the next associated with Books of Moses into the Old Testament of Bible, the next guide into the Torah.

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