Common misspellings for liver:
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Definition of liver:
- The glossy ibis Ibis falcinellus; -- said to have given its name to the city of Liverpool.
- ( Heb. kabhed, " heavy;" hence the liver, as being the heaviest of the viscera, Exodus 29:13 Exodus 29:22 ; Leviticus 3:4 Leviticus 3:1 Leviticus 3:10 Leviticus 3:15 ) was burnt upon the altar, and not used as sacrificial food. In Ezekiel 21:21 there is allusion, in the statement that the king of Babylon " looked upon the liver," to one of the most ancient of all modes of divination. The first recorded instance of divination ( q.v.) is that of the teraphim of Laban. By the teraphim the LXX. and Josephus understood " the liver of goats." By the " caul above the liver," in Leviticus 4:9 ; 7:4 , etc., some understand the great lobe of the liver itself.
- large and complicated reddish- brown glandular organ located in the upper right portion of the abdominal cavity; secretes bile and functions in metabolism of protein and carbohydrate and fat; synthesizes substances involved in the clotting of the blood; synthesizes vitamin A; detoxifies poisonous substances and breaks down worn- out erythrocytes
- liver of an animal used as meat
- someone who lives in a place; " a liver in cities"
- One who, or that which, lives.
- A resident; a dweller; as, a liver in Brooklyn.
- One whose course of life has some marked characteristic ( expressed by an adjective); as, a free liver.
- A very large glandular and vascular organ in the visceral cavity of all vertebrates.
- The glossy ibis ( Ibis falcinellus); - said to have given its name to the city of Liverpool.
- One who exists, dwells, etc.; an organ of the body which luses bile and causes important changes ood substances in the blood.
- Hepar, jecur; the largest gland of the body, lying beneath the diaphragm in the right hypochondrium and upper part of the epigastrium; it is of irregular shape and weighs from 3 to 3 1/ 2 pounds, or about 1/ 40 the weight of the body. It secretes the bile and is also of great importance in both carbohydrate and proteid metabolism.
- Largest glandular organ of the body, its work being the secretion of bile.
- The largest gland in the body, which secretes the bile.
- One who lives; gland which secretes the bile.
- One who lives; a dweller.
- An internal organ which secretes bile, and effects changes in the blood.
- An organ in the animal system, of a glandular structure, whose office is to secrete the bile.
- One who lives.
- The organ of the body of a deep- red colour lying under the ribs which secretes bile.
- A bilesecreting gland of vertebrates.
- [ Anglo-Saxon] The bile-secreting gland of vertebrates; digestive gland of some invertebrates.