1. involving or causing much bloodshed; bloody.
2. ready or eager to shed blood; bloodthirsty.
3. composed of or marked with blood.
Etymology: from Latin sanguinārius, “bloody”, from sanguis, “blood”.
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this cat lives in a show horse barn which is why it walks and runs that way
to my utter delight translating the russian on this video gives us “In Barton Kuznetsova even cats trained dressage horse” and the heading says it’s a farm and her other video is of riders SO YES IT DOES APPEAR TO BE MIMIKING DRESSAGE HORSES
1. the principle of life.
2. the individual self, known after enlightenment to be identical with Brahman.
3. the World Soul, from which all individual souls derive, and to which they return as the supreme goal of existence.
Etymology: Hindu belief, from Sanskrit ātman, “breath”; compare Old High German ātum, “breath”.
"The Stolen Child" by W.B. Yeats - http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/yeats/fip/fip19.htm
(The image below is “The Stolen Child” by Daniel Landerman. Visit this link to check out his work: http://www.artdl.com/.)