When all is blood

Callaina

Feles Curiosissima
Can you explain exactly what is meant by "all" in this phrase? What context will the phrase be used in?
 

Callaina

Feles Curiosissima
One way would be: Cum omnia sanguis sunt, sanguis omnia est.

(Omnia literally means "all things" as it is unidiomatic to say "everything" in a singular sense in Latin.)

Others may have some different suggestions, so wait around.
 

Legba300

New Member
One way would be: Cum omnia sanguis sunt, sanguis omnia est.

(Omnia literally means "all things" as it is unidiomatic to say "everything" in a singular sense in Latin.)

Others may have some different suggestions, so wait around.
Thank you!
 
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