Word: blood

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Synonyms: blood

plasma, vital fluid, gore, lifeblood, ichor, ancestry, lineage, bloodline, descent, parentage, family, birth, extraction, origin, genealogy, heritage, dual heritage, stock, kinship, blood line, line of descent, stemma, pedigree, line, rake, roue, rip, profligate, rakehell

Translations: blood

spanish
linaje, sangre


german
herkunft, blut, abstammung

french
souche, provenance, parage, sanguin, naissance, ...

italian
sangue, discendenza

portuguese
sangue

dutch
bloed, afkomst, geboorte

russian
родовитость, страстность, темперамент, порода, сок, ...

norwegian
blod

swedish
blod, börd, härkomst

finnish
suku, sukujuuri, veri, rietastelija, jälkeläiset

danish
blod

czech
původ, rod, krev

polish
posoka, natura, krew, pokrewieństwo

hungarian
vér, vért, vérben, a vér, vérből

turkish
kan, nesil, soy

greek
αίμα

ukrainian
кров, темперамент, сік, привчати

albanian
gjak, gjaku

bulgarian
кръв

belarusian
кроу

estonian
temperament, järglased, veri

croatian
krvni, srodnost, krvnih

icelandic
blóð

latin
cruor, sanguis

lithuanian
kraujas, kilmė

latvian
asinis, izcelšanās, senči

macedonian
крв

romanian
origine, sânge

slovenian
kri

slovak
krv

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The meaning and "use of": blood

noun
  • the red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body.
  • violence involving bloodshed.
  • temperament or disposition, especially when passionate.
  • family background; descent or lineage.
  • a fashionable and dashing young man.

verb
  • initiate (someone) in a particular activity.

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