[ liv-er-wurst, -woo rst, -woo sht ]
/ ˈlɪv ərˌwɜrst, -ˌwʊərst, -ˌwʊʃt /
a sausage made with a large percentage of liver, especially one made with pork liver and pork meat.
Origin of liverwurst
1865–70, Americanism; half translation, half adoption of German Leberwurst
Also called liver sausage.
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Examples from the Web for liverwurst
She boiled the blood for pudding and looked to the seasoning, with sage and pepper, of the head cheese and liverwurst.Blue Ridge Country|Jean Thomas
Word Origin and History for liverwurst
1869, American English, partial translation of German Leberwurst, from Leber "liver" (see liver (n.1)) + Wurst "sausage."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper