KJV Dictionary Definition: choler
1. The bile. By the superabundance of this fluid, anger was formerly supposed to be produced; or perhaps the opinion was that the bile caused the inflamed appearance of the face in anger. Hence,
2. Anger; wrath; irritation of the passions.
Cholera Morbus, a sudden evacuation of bile, both upwards and downwards.
1. Abounding with choler.
2. Easily irritated; irascible; inclined to anger; as a choleric man.
3. Angry; indicating anger; excited by anger; as a choleric speech.
CHOLERICNESS, n. Pertaining to cholesterin, or obtained from it; as cholesteric acid.