halibut liver oil
Pronunciation: hal'i-but liv'er oyl
Definition: The fixed oil obtained from the fresh or suitably preserved livers of halibut species of the genus Hippoglossus (family Pleuronectidae); a supplementary source of vitamins A and D.
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