Definition of Bludie
1. bloody [adj BLUDIER, BLUDIEST] - See also: bloody
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bludie
Literary usage of Bludie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden, Burcester, and ...by White Kennett, Thomas Delafield by White Kennett, Thomas Delafield (1818)
"From Saxon blob, Island, bloob. Of a deep red colour, or what we call, as red as blood. The old phrase of blae and bludie, what we now call black and blue. ..."
2. English and Scottish Ballads by Francis James Child (1880)
"Up has she ta'en this poor bludie heart, An' holden it in her ban' ; " Better luved I that bonnie bonnie boy Than a" my father's Ian'. ..."
3. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages by Percy Society (1846)
"... To be loos'd frae their iron bands, bands, To be loos'd frae their iron bands. Win up, win up, my bludie dogs, Win up, ..."
4. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"Till Lairds forbad, by strict commands. Sic bluidy pranks. . To ¡V. Simpson. PS Or hunt a Parent's life Wi' bludie war. S. Ye Jacobites \ Blume [bloom]. ..."