Meaning of Bloody Bones in English:

Bloody Bones

Pronunciation /ˈblʌdɪ ˌbəʊnz/

noun

  • A bogeyman or bugbear, especially invoked to frighten children. Frequently used in conjunction with Rawhead.

    Bloody Bones has been variously described; in some versions he is said to lurk in ponds waiting to drown children; he may also be associated with the apparition of a murdered man supposed to haunt the scene of his murder.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Wyll of Deuyll. In some forms from bloody + bone.