DEFECTUS SANGUINIS

DEFECTUS SANGUINIS

defectus sanguinis (di-fek-t[schwa]s sang-gwi-nis). [Latin ¡°defect of blood¡±] Hist. A failure of issue, often resulting in an escheat. See ESCHEAT.
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