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 English Latin
(adj.) related by blood (noun) a relative, kinsmancognatus
a covenant ratified in bloodin sanguine fœdus
a leech that will not leave the skin until it is gorged with blood (Horace)non missura cutem, nisi plena cruoris hirudo
as often as we are mown down by you, the more we grow in numbers; the blood of Christians is seed (Tertullian)plures efficimus quoties metimur a vobis, semen est sanguis Christianorum
blood is the price of bloodsanguinis pretium sanguis
bloody, bloodthirsty, blood-redcruentus
Like getting wool from an ass (Blood from a stone)Ab asino lanam
money is both blood and life to mortal menet sanguis et spiritus pecunia mortalibus
new fields of corn wave where Troy once stood, and the ground enriched with Trojan blood is luxuriant with grain ready for the sickle (Ovid)jam seges est ubi Troja fuit, resecandaque falce luxuriat Phrygio sanguine pinguis humus
related by blood (noun) a relativecognatus
seek rather to make a man blush for his guilt than to shed his blood (Terence)suffundere malis hominis sanguinem, quam offundere
the blood of the Christians is seed (Tertullian, in reference to Roman persecution of the Church)semen est sanguis Christianorum
the soul, which is spirit, cannot dwell in dust; it is carried along to dwell in the blood (St. Augustine)anima certe, quia spiritus, in sicco habitare non potest; ideo in sanguine fertur habitare
this is the new covenant in my blood (St. Matthew 26:28)hic est enim sanguis meus novi testamenti
to draw blood, let blood, to bleed (someone)minuo
to make bloody, stain with bloodcruento
to make bloody, stain with bloodcruentus
to pollute with guilt, with blood, etcscelero
wars, horrible wars, and the Tiber foaming with much blood (Virgil)bella, horrida bella, et Thybrim multo spumantem sanguine cerno
what coast is without our blood? (Horace)quæ caret ora cruore nostro?
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