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Blood-stream (n... Watch-chain (n... Also bloodstream, 1847, from blood (n. stream (n... Watch (n... 1660s, from watch (n.) in the "timepiece" sense + work (n...

 

Death-watch (n... Early 13c. to flow copiously, from stream (n. Transitive sense "discharge in a stream" is from late 14c. Related: Streamed; streaming. Compare German strömen, Dutch stroomen, Danish strömme, all verbs from nouns. "a vigil beside a dying person, 1865, from death + watch (n. a watching." The death-watch beetle (1660s) inhabits houses, makes a ticking noise like a pocket-watch, and was superstitiously supposed to portend death. FEW ears have escaped the noise of the death-watch, that is, the little clicking sound heard often in many rooms, somewhat resembling that of a watch; and this is conceived to be of an evil omen or prediction of some person's death: wherein notwithstanding there is nothing of rational presage or just cause of terror unto melancholy and meticulous heads. For this noise is made by a little sheathwinged grey insect, found often in wainscot benches and wood-work in the summer. [Browne, Vulgar Errors.

Watch-work (n... Stream (n...