liar

[lahy-er]
noun
a person who tells lies.

Origin:
before 950; Middle English lier, Old English lēogere. See lie1, -ar1

liar, lyre.


falsifier, perjurer, prevaricator.
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liar (ˈlaɪə)
 
n
a person who has lied or lies repeatedly

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liar
O.E. leogere; agent noun from Anglian legan, W.Saxon leogan "be untruthful, lie" (see lie (v.1)).
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Example sentences
If a liar tells us that lying is wrong, this makes him a hypocrite, but it does
  not invalidate his claim.
The liar will have you thinking that maybe the dog did eat the homework.
It is time to add jail sentences for being proven incompetent if not a liar.
These same limitations also apply to many newfangled approaches to catching a
  liar.
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