KJV Dictionary Definition: liver


LIV'ER, n. One who lives.

And try if life be worth the liver's care.

It is often used with a word of qualification; as a high liver; a loose liver, &c.

LIV'ER, n.

A viscus or intestine of considerable size and of a reddish color, convex on the anterior and superior side, and of an unequal surface on the inferior and posterior side. It is situated under the false ribs, in the right hypochondrium. It consists of two lobes, of a glandular substance, and destined for the secretion of the bile.


LIV'ERED, a. Having a liver; as white-livered.