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an aristocrat, noble, or member of a socially prominent family.
aristocratic, noble, or socially prominent lineage or relatives: They boasted a lineage of pure blue blood.
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Top Definition. blue blood. Comes from the medieval belief that aristocratic blood
was blue. Usually used talking about nobelty and royal family members.
Define blue blood: membership in a royal or socially important family—usage,
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Blue-blood definition, an aristocrat, noble, or member of a socially prominent
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[Translation of Spanish sangre azul : sangre, blood + azul, blue (probably from
the visible veins of fair-complexioned aristocrats).] ...
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Meaning. The blood that which flows in the veins of old and aristocratic families.
Origin. A literal translation of the Spanish 'sangre azul', attributed to some of the ...