Definition of bloodwipe in English:

bloodwipe

noun

Law
historical
  • Originally and chiefly Law. A blow which draws blood; the infliction of such a blow; (hence) a disturbance or assault involving such blows; a violent affray. Compare "wipe". historical in later use.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Year Book Sandwich. From blood + wipe.

Pronunciation

bloodwipe

/ˈblʌdwʌɪp/