Halevi (the Levite or of Levi) may refer to:A Jewish male descended patrilineally from the tribe of Levi, and his full name may be written as (personal name) HaLevi (family name). The prefix "ה" (HAY), in the Hebrew language, means "the."
Someone whose family name is Halevi
Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein was a Levi
Rabbi Yisroel Belsky was a Levi
Rabbi Baruch ha-Levi Epstein (1860–1941), a Lithuanian rabbi
Some people whose family name is Halevi are:Rabbi Abraham ibn Daud ha-Levi
Rabbi Aaron ben Abba ha-Levi ben Johanan
Rabbi Aharon HaLevi (1235–c.1290; Hebrew: אהרן הלוי)
Adolf Abraham Halevi Fraenkel
Rabbi David HaLevi Segal
Daniel Halévy, French historian
Efraim Halevy (אפרים הלוי; born 1934)
Élie Halévy, French philosopher and historian
Élie Halévy (Chalfan), French Hebrew poet and author
Rabbi Eliezer ben Joel HaLevi
Fromental Halévy, French composer
Geneviève Halévy, French salonnière, daughter of Fromental Halévy and wife of Georges Bizet.
Herzl Halevi, Major General, Israel Defence Forces, Director of Israeli Military Intelligence.
Joseph Halévy, French Orientalist (Hebraist) and traveller
Léon Halévy, French author and dramatic writer; brother of Jacques François Fromental Halévy
Louise Halévy, a character in Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Ludovic Halévy, French dramatist
Moses Isaac Ha-Levi Horowitz
Rabbi Samuel Neta HaLevi
Shai Halevi, Israeli computer scientist
Rabbi Yehuda Halevi (יהודה הלוי; )
Rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog
Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Halevy Rabinowitz, Jewish historian, and founder of the Agudath Israel organization.
Rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi ben Mordechai Raitzes, Polish Rabbi
Rabbi Yosef Zvi HaLevy (1874–1960), Israeli rabbi
Yossi Klein Halevi (יוסי קליין הלוי; born 1953), American author, journalist and researcher of Israeli culture
Rabbi Zerachiah ha-Levi of Girona
Saadia Kobashi, the Levite Yemenite Jewish leader who signed the Israeli Declaration of Independence Saadia Kobashi HaLevi.