A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Blude-latting, n. [ME. blode letyng (c 1400), blod letunge (a 1225). See Lat v .] Blood-letting. Syne suld thou avis prouffitable blude-lattingis for the tyme and the sesoun; Hay II. 121/28.
Kepe thé than … fra baithing and blude latting; Ib. 130/17.
Ane barbour … That in blude latting was sa perfyte; Seven S. 1550.
Maister, ar ȝe gudlie expart In blude latting, or insicht in that art? Rolland Seven S. 147/22.

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