Origin of sangui-
Words nearby sangui-
WORDS THAT USE SANGUI-
What does sangui- mean?
Sangui– comes from Latin sanguineus, meaning “bloody.” A similar word in Latin was crūdus, meaning “uncooked, raw, bleeding,” which is the source of crude, cruel, and the color ecru (literally, “completely raw”). To learn more, check out our entries for all three words.
What are variants of sangui-?
Examples of sangui-
An example of a medical term that features sangui– is sanguiferous, “conveying blood, as a blood vessel.”
We know sangui– means “blood,” and the –ferous portion of the word means “carrying” or “bearing,” from the Latin verb ferre, meaning “to bear.” Sanguiferous literally translates to “blood-carrying.”
What are some words that use the combining form sangui-?
- sanguification (using the equivalent form of sangui– in Latin)
What are some other forms that sangui– may be commonly confused with?
How to use sangui- in a sentence
Molino: 'Havendo voluto troncar l'occasione di qualche maggior scandalo; perche di gia li sangui si andavano riscaldando molto.'