Blood purity

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Blood purity, and related terms pureblood, pureblooded, full-blooded, full-blood, full blood, half blood and half-blooded, are all terms which are or have been used relating to racial purity. It may also be associated with:

  • Blood quantum laws, tribal laws in the United States stipulating a certain minimum degree of indigenous and/or tribal ancestry required for membership in a given Native American tribe
  • The term Half-caste, and in particular with reference to laws known as
  • Limpieza de sangre, blood purity laws in Medieval Spain stipulating a social hierarchy based on ancestry

Blood purity may also refer to:

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