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From Latin līvor.

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Singular
Livor

Plural
Livors

Livor (plural Livors)
  1. (pathology) Skin discoloration, as from a bruise, or occurring after death.
  2. (obsolete) Malice.
    • 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, New York Review of Books 2001, p. 66:
      To see a man [...] magnify his friend unworthy with hyperbolical elogiums; his enemy, albeit a good man, to vilify and disgrace him, yea, all his actions, with the utmost livor and malice can invent.

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līvor (genitive līvōris); m, third declension

  1. A bruise.
  2. A bluish color.
  3. (figuratively) envy, malice

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Number Singular Plural
nominative līvor līvōrēs
genitive līvōris līvōrum
dative līvōrī līvōribus
accusative līvōrem līvōrēs
ablative līvōre līvōribus
vocative līvor līvōrēs

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ta:livor

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