the lands bordering the E shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
Also called Levant morocco. a superior grade of morocco having a large and prominent grain, originally made in the Levant.
a type of leather made from the skins of goats, sheep, or seals, having a pattern of irregular creases
(intransitive) (Brit) to bolt or abscond, esp to avoid paying debts
the Levant, a former name for the area of the E Mediterranean now occupied by Lebanon, Syria, and Israel
See aram sandwich
“Mediterranean lands east of Italy,” late 15c., from Middle French levant “the Orient,” from present participle of lever “to rise” (from Latin levare “to raise;” see lever). The region so called in reference to the direction of sunrise.
Name for the nations on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea: Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey.
noun 1. . noun 1. a medium red color.
noun 1. See under (def 2). [stawr-aks, stohr-] /ˈstɔr æks, ˈstoʊr-/ noun 1. a solid resin with a vanillalike odor, obtained from a small tree, Styrax officinalis: formerly used in medicine and perfumery. 2. a liquid balsam (liquid storax) obtained from species of liquidambar, especially from the wood and inner bark of Liquidambar orientalis (Levant […]
noun 1. See under (def 1). [wurm-seed] /ˈwɜrmˌsid/ noun 1. the dried, unexpanded flower heads of a wormwood, Artemisia cina (Levant wormseed) or the fruit of certain goosefoots, especially Chenopodium anthelminticum (or C. ambrosioides), the Mexican tea or American wormseed, used as an anthelmintic drug. 2. any of these plants. /ˈwɜːmˌsiːd/ noun 1. any of […]
- Levari facias
Latin, literally “cause to be levied.”