1The demon of Envy in the seven deadly sins.
2A giant sea serpant who's body lenth tries to compete with my apendage but fails.
3A summon in final fantasy.
In a final fantasy battle seen Cloud Strife summons leviathan
Enemy:Holy shit look at the size of its wang.
The Apocryphal Book of Enoch gives the following description of this monster's origins:
'And that day will two monsters be parted, one monster, a female named Leviathan in order to dwell in the abyss of the ocean over the fountains of water; and (the other), a male called Behemoth, which holds his chest in an invisible desert whose name is Dundayin, east of the garden of Eden.' - 1 Enoch 60:7-8
Leviathan was a large whale-like sea creature, who may have had 7 heads according to some legends. A lengthy description of him comes from the Book of Job:
'His strong scales are his pride,
Shut up as with a tight seal.
One is so near to another
That no air can come between them.
They are joined one to another;
They clasp each other and cannot be separated.
His sneezes flash forth light,
And his eyes are like
the eyelids of the morning.
Out of his mouth go burning torches;
Sparks of fire leap forth.
Out of his nostrils smoke goes forth
As from a boiling pot and burning rushes.
His breath kindles coals,
And a flame goes forth from his mouth.
In his neck lodges strength,
And dismay leaps before him.
The folds of his flesh are joined together,
Firm on him and immovable.
His heart is as hard as a stone,
Even as hard as a lower millstone.
When he raises himself up, the mighty fear;
Because of the crashing they are bewildered.
The sword that reaches him cannot avail,
Nor the spear, the dart or the javelin.
He regards iron as straw, Bronze as...
1) any large, powerful monster or creature.
2) a giant whale in Greek (or is it Roman?) mythology.
3) a similar giant whale in Final Fantasy games.
4) title of a book by Thomas Hobbes, which gives an authoritarian argument that flaws in human nature make the state necessary.
5) a name for the state, especially an authoritarian and far-reaching state, derived from Hobbes's book.
The front cover of Hobbes's book shows a picture of a giant king, the state, made up of lots of little people.
The irony is that Hobbes is effectively advocating the creation of a "monster", which is what Leviathan initially was.
Any big thing, person.
Out of my way, you leviathan!
Leviathan is the highest level a man can reach. It takes influence from Thomas Hobbes theory of the state of nature and how we must submit ourselves to a higher power 'The Leviathan' The term is reserved for a select few special individuals. These men usually have unparalleled martial arts ability, the ability to satisfy any woman or animal, a flaccid penis that could touch the end of a pint glass, have released a number of power ballads or grime songs, have played in the African cup of nations etc. It would be wrong to think you have to be black to be a Leviathan, but it helps.
1. who's that over there? Its Lethal Bizzle. Wow hes such a leviathan.
2. Could you imagine showering with the ivory coast team, i no i couldn't even get to a bottom of a half pint glass, they are such leviathans
3. Bruce Willis is a white leviathan
1)~ One of the four dark princes (Satan, Lucifer, Belial, Leviathan) described in cHRISTIAN, and Jewish religous ideology. He also makes an apperence in the Satanic Bible (the Book of Leviathan)... in which he is considered the lord of the raging seas.
2)~ Leviathan is also an amazing one-man USBM band on Moribund Records, and has released two albums on the label at this time, "The Tenth Sub Level of Suicide" and "Tentacles of Whorror"
Hail the mighty Leviathan!!
(from Hebrew liwjatan, roughly meaning "twisted" or "coiled") was a Biblical multi-headed sea monster, referred to in passing in the Old Testament (Psalms 74:13-14; Job 41; Isaiah 27:1), probably referring to crocodile or whale. The word leviathan has become synonymous with any large monster or creature.
The Biblical Leviathan is often considered to be a demon associated with Satan or the Devil, and held by some to be the same monster as Rahab (Isaiah 51:9). The Biblical references to Leviathan appear to have evolved from a Canaanite legend involving a confrontation between Baal and a seven headed sea monster which Baal defeats with the aid of Mot, and they also resemble a Babylonian myth in which the storm god Marduk slays the sea monster Tiamat and creates the earth and sky from the two halves of her corpse.
Leviathan may also be interpreted as the sea itself, with its counterpart, Behemoth, being the land.
Certain Jewish legends consider Leviathan as an androgynous dragon that seduced Eve in his male form, and Adam in his female form.
In demonology a Leviathan is every aquatic demon. They are great liars. Leviathans can also possess persons, being very difficult to exorcise; they try to possess every person, but especially women.
The word has been reused (not only in literature) over and again:
in the 1660 book Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
in the Illuminatus trilogy
in Moby-Dick as a reference to the whale
in the Final Fantasy games
in the Fa...
, the hero John meets a giant, living, Leviathan ship named Moya. Leviathans are biomechanical and peacefull to a fault. They can utilize a faster than light method of travel called starburst for defense or long range travel. Leviathans often have a symbiotic pilot.
Tell Moya (leviathan) to starburst out of here NOW!