sanguinolent

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin sanguinolentus (of blood).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /sæŋˈɡwɪnələnt/
  • Hyphenation: san‧guin‧o‧lent

Adjective[edit]

sanguinolent (comparative more sanguinolent, superlative most sanguinolent)

  1. Containing or tinged with blood.
    • 1829, M. Portal, "Pleuritis Hæmorraghica — Operation for Empyema — Death — Dissection", The Medico-Chirurgical Review, July 1829:
      On making a larger opening there issued three or four pints of a very sanguinolent fluid.
    • 1862, George Heinrich Gottlieb Jahr, Hull's Jahr: A New Manual of Homœopathic Practice, William Radde (1862), page 537:
      When the desire to urinate manifests itself chiefly at night, with burning pains when urinating, or emission, drop by drop, of sanguinolent urine.
    • 2010, Dentistry and Oral Diseases (eds. Tatjana Dostálová & Michaela Seydlová), Grade Publishing (2010), ISBN 9788024730059, page 163:
      They are caused by an accumulation of blood or sanguinolent liquid inside the dental follicles, they may occur in the deciduous as well as permanent dentition.

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Adjective[edit]

sanguinolent m (feminine sanguinolente, masculine plural sanguinolents, feminine plural sanguinolentes)

  1. Covered or tinged with blood.

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