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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Leviathan

LEVI'ATHAN, noun [Heb.]

1. An aquatic animal, described in Job 41:1, and mentioned in other passages of Scripture. In Isaiah, it is called the crooked serpent. It is not agreed what animal is intended by the writers, whether the crocodile, the whale, or a species of serpent.

2. The whale, or a great whale.