Of a bright, warm color resembling that of blood or of the highest part of the primary rainbow. See II.Ultra-radical; revolutionary; violent: from the use of a red flag as a revolutionary emblem: as, a red republican.A book containing the names of all the persons in the service of the state.The Peerage. See peerage, 3.Synonyms Flashing, claming, fiery, bloody.n. A color more or less resembling that of blood or the lower end of the spectrum.n. A red pigment.n. An object of a red color, as wine, gold, etc.n. Specifically, a red cent. See under I.n. A red republican (which see, under republican).n. plural The catamenial discharges; menses.To make red; redden.A dialectal form of rid.To put in order; tidy: often with up: as, to red up a house or one's self.To disentangle; clear; put a stop to, as a quarrel, by interference; adjust.To separate, as two combatants.n. In coal-mining, rubbish; attle; waste.n. The nest of a fish; a trench dug by a fish in which to spawn.n. An obsolete or dialectal form of read.n. A form of re- used before vowels.n. A suffix of Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning ‘condition,’ ‘state,’ occurring in hatred, kindred (for *kinred), gossipred, etc. It is analogous to -hood, which has taken its place in a few instances, as in brotherhood, neighborhood.A semi-official publication issued quarterly in China, and there called the “Complete Book of the Girdle-wearers,” containing lists of all the officials and gentry of the country, together with details of place of birth, etc.n. In archery: The second and next to the innermost circle of the target, which is colored red.n. An arrow which hits this circle; a hit in the red. Such a hit counts 7 by the present method of scoring. In old archery the innermost circle was sometimes colored red.n. A chocolate-colored compound, C12HuO7, found in cinchona-bark, and also formed when an ammoniacal solution of quinotannic acid stands exposed to the air.n. Same as azococcine, 1.n. Same as ponceau 3RB.