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ألمانية - التركية
n. pr. (Bibel) Levi (12 İsrailoğulları soyundan biri)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A Jewish surname
One of the Israelite tribes, descended from Levi; the tribe from which priests were selected
A male given name
Third son of Jacob, by his wife Leah
{i} one of the 12 tribes of Israel (Biblical); male first name; family name
A surname
In ancient Israel, the third son of the patriarch Jacob. Levi became head of the clans of religious functionaries known as Levites. Unlike the 12 tribes of Israel, the Levites were given no allotment of land when Canaan was conquered. They are thought to have performed subordinate services associated with public worship, serving as musicians, guardians, Temple officials, judges, and craftsmen. Bowen Norman Levi Coffin Levi Heller Yom Tov Lipmann ben Nathan Ha Levi Levi Strauss & Co. Levi Primo
The third son of Jacob and Leah (Gen 29: 34; 35: 23), Levi earned his father's disapproval for his violence in slaughtering tribal neighbors (Gen 34: 30; 49: 5-7) He was the eponymous ancestor of the tribe of Levi to which Moses, Aaron, and Miriam belonged (Exod 6: 16; Num 3: 1-39)
A Levi is a descendant of Levi, the son of Jacob (excluding the priestly descendants of Aaron), whose role was to assist the Kohen in the Temple
Ancestor of Moses and Aaron and thus of the Jewish priestly lines Because of his significance for the priesthood, he is mentioned frequently in the Dead Sea Scrolls
levitate v
(New Testament) disciple of Jesus; traditionally considered to be the author of the first Gospel
a popular brand of blue jeans
the brand name, used as a generic reference for blue jeans
Levi Coffin
born Oct. 28, 1798, New Garden, N.C., U.S. died Sept. 16, 1877, Cincinnati, Ohio U.S. abolitionist. Despite little formal education, he became a teacher. As a devout Quaker, he opposed slavery. In 1826 he moved to Newport, Ind., where he made his home into a depot of the Underground Railroad and used much of his wealth as a merchant to help the escaping slaves. In 1847 he moved to Cincinnati, where he opened a store selling goods made only by free labour. He continued his work with the Underground Railroad until the outbreak of the American Civil War; he then worked to aid liberated slaves
Levi Eshkol
{i} (1895-1969) Israeli statesman and third Prime Minister of Israel (1963-1969)
Levi Strauss & Co
World's largest maker of pants, noted especially for its blue-denim jeans. The company traces its origin to Levi Strauss (1829-1902), a Bavarian immigrant who sold dry goods to miners during the California gold rush. Hearing of the miners' need for durable pants, he hired a tailor to make garments out of tent canvas, later substituting denim. In 1873, he and an associate received a patent for the copper riveting they used to strengthen their pants. The company's most spectacular growth occurred after 1946, when it decided to concentrate wholly on manufacturing clothing under its own label. In 1959 it began exporting, and during the 1960s jeans became enormously popular worldwide. The company went public in 1971 and was returned to private control (by Strauss's descendants) in 1985
{i} trademark of blue denim jeans (first manufactured in San Francisco at the beginning of the 1870s)
Levi's are jeans
a popular brand of jeans
French cultural anthropologist who promoted structural analysis of social systems (born in 1908)
David Levi
(born 1938) Israeli politician who served in various offices in the Israeli parliament (including Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Absorption, Minster of Construction and Housing)
Norman Levi Bowen
born June 21, 1887, Kingston, Ont., Can. died Sept. 11, 1956, Washington, D.C., U.S. Canadian geologist. He worked on and off for more than 35 years for the Geophysical Laboratory in Washington, D.C., where he researched silicate systems. During World War I he made a brief foray into optics, but after the war he returned to his studies of silicate systems. In 1928 he published The Evolution of the Igneous Rocks, which had a profound influence on petrologic thought. At the University of Chicago (1937-47) he developed a school of experimental petrology. His achievements won him honours both in the U.S. and Europe
Primo Levi
born July 31, 1919, Turin, Italy died April 11, 1987, Turin Italian writer and chemist. Two years after obtaining a degree in chemistry, Levi, who was Jewish, was captured by the Nazis and sent to Auschwitz as a slave labourer. His autobiographical works If This Is a Man, or Survival in Auschwitz (1947), The Reawakening (1963), and The Drowned and the Saved (1986) are restrained and moving accounts of and reflections on survival in the Nazi camps. His best-known work, The Periodic Table (1975), is a collection of 21 meditations, each named for a chemical element. The lingering effects of his wartime trauma may have led to his suicide
Yom Tov Lipmann ben Nathan Ha-Levi Heller
born 1579, Wallerstein, Bavaria died Sept. 7, 1654, Kraków, Pol. Bohemian Jewish religious scholar. After serving as rabbi in Moravia and Vienna, he became chief rabbi in Prague in 1627. He was forced to collect a heavy tax imposed on Jews by Ferdinand II during the Thirty Years' War, damaging his reputation in the Jewish community. Later, as rabbi in Volhynia, he earned the enmity of wealthy Jews for denouncing simony. From 1643 he was chief rabbi in Kraków. He is best known for his commentary on the Mishna, The Additions of Yom Tov (1614-17)
the David Levi camp
people from the Likud party that support David Levi
اللاتينية - الإنجليزية
seal (wine jar)
erase/rub over
smear, plaster (with)
الفرنسية - الإنجليزية

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{n} Levi, one of the 12 tribes of Israel (Biblical); male first name; family name
de la tribu des Lévi
{a} levitical
samuel ha-levi
Samuel Hanagid, Samuel Ha-Levi (993-c.1056) medieval Spanish statesman and writer
الأسبانية - الإنجليزية
الإيطالي - الإنجليزية

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Rita Levi-Montalcini
Rita Levi-Montalcini
(b. 1909) Italian neurologist, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1986 with her colleague Stanley Cohen
التركية - الإنجليزية

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