Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Gore; coagulated blood.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The coloring matter of the blood; the clotted portion of coagulated blood, containing the coloring matter; gore.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The colouring matter of the blood.
  • noun The clotted portion of coagulated blood, containing the colouring matter; gore.

Etymologies

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Latin, blood. See crude.

Examples

  • In addition, there is a new type of Abyssea-only in-game currency called cruor, which can be exchanged for special character rewards, like full armor sets that provide powerful bonuses

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  • In addition, there is a new type of Abyssea-only in-game currency called cruor, which can be exchanged for special character rewards, like full armor sets that provide powerful bonuses

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • In addition, there is a new type of Abyssea-only in-game currency called cruor, which can be exchanged for special character rewards, like full armor sets that provide powerful bonuses

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • Sola digna tu fuisti ferre saeculi pretium, atque portum praeparare nauta mundo naufrago, quem sacer cruor perunxit, fusus Agni corpore.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Sola digna tu fuisti ferre saeculi pretium, atque portum praeparare nauta mundo naufrago, quem sacer cruor perunxit, fusus Agni corpore.

    Sing, my tongue

  • Sola digna tu fuisti ferre saeculi pretium, atque portum praeparare nauta mundo naufrago, quem sacer cruor perunxit, fusus Agni corpore.

    September 14: the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

  • Sola digna tu fuisti ferre saeculi pretium, atque portum praeparare nauta mundo naufrago, quem sacer cruor perunxit, fusus Agni corpore.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • "Denique in æthere non arbor, non æquore salso nubes esse queunt, nec pisces vivere in arvis, nec cruor in lignis neque saxis sucus inesse. certum ac dispositumst ubi quicquid crescat et insit. sic animi natura nequit sine corpore oriri sola neque a nervis et sanguine longiter esse."

    Lunheng

  • Compare _Met_ VI 252-53 'quod [_sc_ ferrum] simul eductum est, pars et pulmonis _in hamis_/eruta cumque anima cruor est effusus in auras', where Bömer cites among other passages Curtius IX 5 23 'corpore ... nudato animaduertunt _hamos inesse telo_ nec aliter id sine pernicie corporis extrahi posse quam ut secando uulnus augerent' and Prop II xii 9 'et merito _hamatis_ manus est armata sagittis'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • It appears also from Ovid's account that there was much drunkenness and obscene language; this was, in fact, a _festa_ very different in character from those of the Numan calendar; and that there was a magical element in the cult of the deity seems proved by the mysterious allusion to "virgineus cruor" in connection with her grove not far from this scene of revelry, in Martial iv.

    The Religious Experience of the Roman People From the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus

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  • L. cruor 1. gore; 2. blood flowing from a wound; 3. (rarely) bloodstream; 4. murder, slaughter; 5. blood-like juice from a vegetable or other plant; 6. blood.

    February 4, 2012