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The lion's name derives from the Latin leoand the Ancient Greek leonThe Hebrew word lavi (לָבִיא) may also be related.
just plain old lions/ BECAUSE GOD MADE ADAM JUST PICK A NAME geez (lol)
from th latin term (sicetific) lionecthiostic

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