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Definition of Levant
LevantLevant Le"vant (l[=e]"vant), a. [F., p. pr. of lever to
Rising or having risen from rest; -- said of cattle. See
Couchant and levant, under Couchant. LevantLevant Le*vant" (l[-e]*v[a^]nt"), n. [It. levante the point
where the sun rises, the east, the Levant, fr. levare to
raise, levarsi to rise: cf. F. levant. See Lever.]
1. The countries washed by the eastern part of the
Mediterranean and its contiguous waters.
2. A levanter (the wind so called).
Levant Le"vant (l[=e]"vant; 277), a.
Forth rush the levant and the ponent winds. --Milton.
Meaning of Levant from wikipedia
- The Levant
(/ləˈvænt/) is an approximate historical geographical
to a large
area in the Eastern
- The Islamic State
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- Oscar Levant
(December 27, 1906 – August
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pianist, composer, music
game show panelist...
- Ezra Isaac Levant
(born 1972) is a Canadian media
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activist, writer, and broadcaster. He is the founder
- Brian Michael Levant
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and film director, writer
and producer. Levant
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- The Southern Levant
is a geographical region
encomp****ing the southern
half of the Levant
. It corresponds approximately
to modern-day Israel, Palestine...
- The Levant Company
was an English chartered company formed
in 1592. Elizabeth
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its initial charter
on 11 September
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of the Levant includes
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- The levant
(Catalan: Llevant, Italian: Levante, Maltese: Lvant, Gr****: Λεβάντες, Spanish: Levante) is an easterly
wind that blows
in the western
of the Levant
, a large
area in the Middle
East, or its constituent
parts. These names
to a part or the whole
of the Levant
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