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Sanguine [murrey]

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One of the nine colours used by foreign heralds in escutcheons. It is expressed by lines of vert and purpure crossed, that is, diagonals from right to left crossing diagonals from left to right. (See Tenne.)

Tenné and Sanguine are not used by English heralds. (See Heralds.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Sandwich
Sandwichman (A)
Sang Bleu
Sang Froid (French, “cool blood”)
Sangaree
Sanglamore
Sanglier (Sir)
Sangrado (Dr.)
Sangreal
Sanguine [murrey]
Sanguinary James (A)
Sanhedrim
Sanjaksherif
Sans Culottes (French, without trousers)
Sans Culottides
Sans Peur et Sans Reproche
Sans Souci (French)
Sanscara
Sansfoy [Infidelity]
Sansjoy [Without the peace of God]