blutrot

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German bluotrōt, from Old High German, from Proto-Germanic *blōþaraudaz (whence also English bloodred). Analysable as Blut (blood) +‎ rot (red).

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blutrot (not comparable)

  1. very red, deep red
  2. crimson (colour)

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