The name Lawni or Levite is still preserved as the name of a prophet whose tomb is shown to the west of Shechem.
Azartah, Ishmael, and three other priests and Levite chiefs.
Injustice is done it, if it is regarded merely as the longing of a Levite for approach to the sanctuary.
And likewise a Levite, when he was at the place, came and looked on him, and passed by on the other side.
Brother, read over with care this address of the Levite, v. 15–17.
Like the watchful Levite of old, be a guardian at the temple-gates of your own soul.
Yet now, what to us the priest and the Levite, of God's chosen race though they were?
"My word is my bond, Phoenician," answered the Levite haughtily.
Second Levite (has a bright idea): We'll tell the inn-keeper to send and fetch him.
In Mexico you must play the Levite and "pass by on the other side."