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liver-rot

[ liv-er-rot ]
/ ˈlɪv ərˌrɒt /
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noun Veterinary Pathology.

a disease chiefly of sheep and cattle, characterized by sluggishness, weight loss, and local damage to the liver, caused by infection from the liver fluke.

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Also called distomatosis, fascioliasis, liver fluke disease .

Origin of liver-rot

First recorded in 1830–40
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