leviathan definition

  • noun:
    • One thing abnormally huge of their type, specially a ship.
    • A very large pet, specially a whale.
    • A monstrous ocean creature discussed within the Bible.
    • A large sea-monster which guards the gates of hell at the bottom for the sea.
    • One thing big; behemoth.
    • An aquatic pet, explained in the book of Job, ch. xli., and pointed out in other passages of Scripture.
    • The whale, or outstanding whale.
    • An aquatic pet mentioned in the Old Testament.
    • Hence, in modern-day usage Any great or monstrous marine pet, since the whale.
    • something of vast or huge size.
    • the greatest or most huge thing of the type
    • monstrous sea creature symbolizing evil inside Old-Testament
  • adjective:
    • Very large; gargantuan.

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