The liver is defined as an organ in the body that secretes bile to help digest carbos, fats and proteins.(noun)
An example of liver is a part of the body that can be damaged from drinking too much alcohol.
The definition of liver is made with this organ or of the same color as this organ.(adjective)
An example of liver used as an adjective is "liver pate," which means a food spread made with the liver of an animal.
See liver in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME livere < OE lifer, akin to Ger leber < ? IE base *leip-, to smear with fat > Gr liparos, fat
See liver in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English lifer; see leip- in Indo-European roots.
liver1A. liver B. hepatic vein C. hepatic artery D. portal vein E. common bile duct F. stomach G. cystic duct H. gallbladder
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