sanguineous


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

sanguineous

 [sang-gwin´e-us]
1. bloody.
2. plethoric.

san·guin·e·ous

(sang-gwin'ē-ŭs), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciatoin sanguinous.
1. Relating to blood; bloody.
2. Synonym(s): plethoric
3. Synonym(s): sanguine (2)
[L. sanguineus]

sanguineous

/san·guin·e·ous/ (sang-gwin´e-us)
1. plethoric.
2. hemic.

sanguineous

[sang·gwin′ē·əs]
Etymology: L, sanguis, blood
pertaining to blood or containing blood, such as full-blooded. Also sanguinous [sang'gwinəs] .

san·guin·e·ous

(sang-gwin'ē-ŭs)
1. Relating to blood; bloody.
2. Synonym(s): plethoric.
3. Synonym(s): sanguine (2) .
[L. sanguineus ]

sanguineous

Pertaining to blood.

sanguineous

bloody; abounding in blood.
References in periodicals archive ?
The previous results allow to establish the significant non difference between products A and B as far as the valsartan amount of that reaches the sanguineous circulation and the level of maximum concentration, during twelve hours after administering an 320 mg dose by oral route to healthy subjects, with a level of confidence of 95% and greater significance of 0.
terebinthifolius Raddi, that a sanguineous clot was present in a large part of the samples, while lymphocytic and histiocytic infiltrates, granulation tissue, bone resorption, fibrosis and bone neoformation were visualized in all the specimens.
Pronotum, mesoscutum and scutellum red-orange, partly speckled with sanguineous maculae or spots; narrow basal margin of pronotum and apex of scutellum yellowish; pleura yellowish brown with scattered, sanguineous spots.
Sanguineous discharge from the nipple and its significance in relation to cancer of the breast: a study based on 108 cases.
conorii, which is transmitted by the dog tick Rhipicephalus sanguineous (2,3).
A secret, off-the-books foreign policy--begun under Ronald Reagan and carried to obscene lengths by George Bush--used the sanguineous dictator Saddam Hussein as a counterweight to the Islamist primitives of Iran.
Aristotle, one of the first biologists, maintained that "all sanguineous animals have the supreme organ of the sense - faculties in the heart.
Predominant clinical signs included malodorous sanguineous to purulent vaginal discharge (8/8), anorexia 8/8), vomiting (5/8), polyurea and polydipsia (4/8) and normal or slightly elevated temperature.
Speaking to a handful of people at the talk, Michael Sanguineous is reported to have said: "Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the reddish brown general coloration, yellow antennal segment II with the darkened apical 2/5, darkened anterior margin of the mesoscutum, sanguineous apices of the embolium and cuneus, deep red membrane veins, pale legs, and widely reddish brown apical part of the metafemur (Fig.
Observations result in descriptions, and when describing a lung, it can be said that "at the base there are patchy firm slightly bulging areas, partly covered with a delicate friable grayish-greenmembrane, that on section these areas show an irregularly mottled dark red moist surface exuding frothy sanguineous fluid on pressure.