- a coin and monetary unit of Bulgaria, equal to 100 stotinki. Abbreviation: L., LV.
Origin of lev
- variant of levo- before a vowel: levulose.
- LeonLev, or Leib, Davidovich Bronstein, 1879–1940, Russian revolutionary and writer: minister of war 1918–25.
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Contemporary Examples of lev
In an email to the Associated Press, Lev Glendon said, “we have no intention of ever discussing our personal life in this forum.”
A year later, he left the priesthood completely to help Lev Glendon care for their son, who has Down Syndrome.
It was during that time, in 2005, Lev Glendon and Williams had their baby.
Williams and Lev Glendon have refused to comment on their nuptials.
Plus, more ‘How I Write’ interviews with Jennifer Finney Boylan, Antony Beevor and Lev Grossman.Thriller Author Steve Berry: How I Write
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Historical Examples of lev
In the first place, we find that the Chasidah is enumerated in Lev.
That the Jerboa may be one of the Akbarim is rendered likely by the prohibition in Lev.
Again, in the next passage where the yoke is mentioned, namely, Lev.
Doubt, however, is thrown on this by the command, repeated in Lev.The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers
Robert A. Watson
What if the law of the land forbid more or fewer degrees than Lev.A Christian Directory (Part 2 of 4)
- the standard monetary unit of Bulgaria, divided into 100 stotinki
Word Origin for lev
- Leon, original name Lev Davidovich Bronstein . 1879–1940, Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist. He was a leader of the November Revolution (1917) and, as commissar of foreign affairs and war (1917–24), largely created the Red Army. He was ousted by Stalin after Lenin's death and deported from Russia (1929); assassinated by a Stalinist agent
monetary unit of Bulgaria, introduced 1881, literally "lion" (see leu).