choler

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From Old French colere ‎(bile, anger), from Latin cholera ‎(bilious disease), from Ancient Greek χολή ‎(kholḗ, bile).

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choler ‎(usually uncountable, plural cholers)

  1. Anger or irritability.
  2. One of the four humours of ancient physiology, also known as yellow bile.

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