Blood money

Blood money

Blood money may refer to:

* Blood money (term), money paid to the next of kin of a murder victim as a fine
* weregild, in English history, reparational payment usually demanded of a person guilty of homicide or other wrongful death
* blood-money, the money earned for contract killing
* money earned by selling your blood, plasma, or platelets


* Blood Money (1917 film), a 1917 film starring Harry Carey
* Blood Money (1933 film), a 1933 film starring George Bancroft
* Blood Money (1980 film), a 1980 film starring Bryan Brown and John Flaus
* Blood Money (1983 film), aka "Bloody Money" a 1983 film starring Chow Yun-Fat
* Blood Money (1996 film), a 1996 film starring Traci Lords
* Blood Money (2005 film), also known as Lesser of Three Evils, a 2005 film starring Ho Sung Pak, Roger Guenveur Smith, Peter Greene and Sherilyn Fenn

Computer games

* , a 2006 video game by IO Interactive
* "Blood Money" (computer game), an 1989 Amiga computer game


* "Blood Money" (Tom Waits album), an album by Tom Waits
* "Blood Money" (Mobb Deep album), the Interscope Records album debut of Mobb Deep
* "Damned for All Time/Blood Money", a song from the rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar"
* "Blood Money", a song by Eyehategod from the album "Confederacy of Ruined Lives"
* "Blood Money", a song by The Sisters of Mercy


* "Blood Money" (Hardy Boys novel), a Hardy Boys Casefiles novel
* "Blood Money", a novel by former Special Air Service worker Chris Ryan
* "Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After the Bomb", a sci-fi novel by Philip K. Dick


* Blood Money (TV series), a 1981 British television series
* "Blood Money" ("Angel"), a 2001 episode of the American television series "Angel"

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  • Blood money — Blood mon ey 1. Money paid to the next of kin of a person who has been killed by another. [1913 Webster] 2. Money obtained as the price, or at the cost, of another s life; said of a reward for supporting a capital charge, of money obtained for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • blood money — blood ,money noun uncount 1. ) money paid for someone to be murdered 2. ) money paid to the family of someone who has been murdered 3. ) money paid to someone to allow a person close to them to be used or harmed in some way …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • blood money — n. 1. money paid to a hired killer 2. money paid as compensation to the next of kin of a murdered person; wergeld 3. money gotten ruthlessly at the expense of others lives or suffering …   English World dictionary

  • blood money — blood .money n [U] 1.) money paid for murdering someone 2.) money paid to the family of someone who has been murdered …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • blood money — money paid to the relative of a murdered person, dirty money    The widow refused to take blood money from the men who murdered her husband …   English idioms

  • blood money — ► NOUN 1) money paid in compensation to the family of someone who has been killed. 2) money paid to a hired killer …   English terms dictionary

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