Definition of Livid. Meaning of Livid. Synonyms of Livid

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Definition of Livid

Livid
Livid Liv"id, a. [L. lividus, from livere to be of a blush color, to be black and blue: cf. F. livide.] Black and blue; grayish blue; of a lead color; discolored, as flesh by contusion. --Cowper. There followed no carbuncles, no purple or livid spots, the mass of the blood not being tainted. --Bacon.

Meaning of Livid from wikipedia

- Livid may refer to: a dark bluish-grey color, such as in livor mortis Livid (festival), an Australian alternative rock music festival Livid (rapper),...
- LiViD, short for Linux Video and DVD, was a collection of projects that aim to create program tools and software libraries related to DVD for Linux operating...
- "bluish color", mortis – "of death"), postmortem lividity (Latin: postmortem – "after death", lividity – "black and blue"), hypostasis (Gr****: hypo, meaning...
- Livid (French: Livide) is a 2011 French supernatural horror film written and directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo. It is their follow-up to...
- Livid was an Australian alternative rock music festival held annually from 1989 to 2003. Masterminded by Peter Walsh and Natalie Jeremijenko, the original...
- English) is a medium bluish-gray color. Another name for this color is livid; this color name comes from the Latin color term lividus meaning "'a dull...
- before Johnson had an opportunity to appoint a replacement. Johnson was livid at Grant, accusing him of lying at a stormy cabinet meeting. The publication...
- was right; in any case, Kosloff declined the request, leaving Chamberlain livid and willing to jump to the rival ABA once his contract ended in 1967. Kosloff...
- expiration be if cough be present, and the s**** expectorated be of a blond or livid color, or likewise thin, frothy, and florid, or having any other character...
- indifferently; after which the form of the malady began to change, black spots or livid making their appearance in many cases on the arm or the thigh or elsewhere...
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