n. The fluid which circulates in the arteries and veins.n. . Blood that is shed; bloodshed; slaughter; murder.n. The responsibility or guilt of shedding the blood of others.n. From being popularly regarded as the fluid in which more especially the life resides, as the seat of feelings, passions, hereditary qualities, etc., the word blood has come to be used typically, or with certain associated ideas, in a number of different ways.n. Fleshly nature; the carnal part of man, as opposed to the spiritual nature or divine life.n. Temper of mind; natural disposition; high spirit; mettle; passion; anger: in this sense often accompanied with cold or warm, or other qualifying word. Thus, to commit an act in cold blood is to do it deliberately and without sudden passion. Hot or warm blood denotes a temper inflamed or irritated; to warm or heat the blood is to excite the passions.n. A man of fire or spirit; a hot spark; a rake.n. Persons of any specified race, nationality, or family, considered collectively.n. Birth; extraction; parentage; breed; absolutely, high birth; good extraction: often qualified by such adjectives as good, base, etc.n. One who inherits the blood of another; child; collectively, offspring; progeny.n. Relationship by descent from a common ancestor; consanguinity; lineage; kindred; family.n. That which resembles blood; the juice of anything, especially if red: as, “the blood of grapes,” Gen. xlix. 11.n. A disease in cattle.n. A commercial name for red coral.n. Offspring; progeny; child or children: as, one's own flesh and blood should be preferred to strangers.n. To be put to death.To let blood from; bleed by opening a vein.To stain with blood.Hence To give a taste of blood; inure to the sight of blood.To heat the blood of; excite; exasperate.To victimize; extract money from (a person); bleed.n. n. In animal-breeding, and by analogy in plant-breeding, the peculiar character of an individual conceived as transmissible.In leather-coloring, to apply a coating of blood to, in order to obtain a good black.