blueblood

[ bloo bluhd for 1; bloo bluhd for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF blueblood

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WORD ORIGIN

1834, translating Spanish sangre azul, claimed by certain families of Castile as uncontaminated by Moorish or Jewish admixture, probably from the notion of the visible veins of people of fair complexion.

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