coagulated blood, or the portion of the blood that forms the clot.
Origin of cruor
1650–60; < Latin: blood (that flows from a wound), gore; akin to crude
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Sanguis is the condition of physical life; cruor, the symbol of death by slaughter.Dderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes
The red colouring matter called hematine, may be obtained from the cruor by washing with cold water and filtering.
noun plural cruores (ˈkrʊɔːriːz)
med a blood clot
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