- livedo reticularis,
- livedoid dermatitis,
- liver acinus
Origin of livelong
Examples from the Web for livelong
Now that you speak of it, I heard Mason say't they was up an' movin' round at the doctor's that livelong night!The Last Stroke|Lawrence L. Lynch
Indeed, there was no one else to whom she could talk the livelong day.Little Alice's Palace|Anonymous
In vain she waited the livelong night; no Dermot came back to her.The Heir of Kilfinnan|W.H.G. Kingston
You can paint to yourself there the livelong day, with no more fear of intrusion than if you were out yonder at the light-ship.
Terrors shall bow thee down the livelong day, in the Jotuns' courts.The Elder Eddas of Saemund Sigfusson; and the Younger Eddas of Snorre Sturleson|Saemund Sigfusson and Snorre Sturleson
adjective mainly poetic
also live-long, c.1400, lefe longe (day), from leve, lief "dear" (see lief), used here as an emotional intensive + long (adj). From late 16c. conformed in spelling to live (v.) as lief grew strange. German has cognate die liebe lange Nacht, literally "the dear long night."