Not sure if this is just going to sully the waters... this is a passage from Culpepper (father of modern medicine, the rebel phasician, his book on herbs is still in print and has never gone out of print - which is totally amazing)
Signs of a Sanguine Man
Sanguine men are of a mean form (average build), their bodies well composed, with larger limbs, and fleshier, but not fat: with great veins and arteries, smooth skins, hot and moist in feeling, the body hairy, and soon bearded: the colour is white, intermixed with redness in the cheeks, their hair for the most part is brown. And touching their conditions, they are merry, liberal, bountiful, courteous, bold enough, merciful, trusty, faithful and of good behaviour; a little thing will cause him to weep, and when that is done no further grief sticketh to their hearts; which is contrary to melancholy men, for they cannot weep, although it be in a matter that concerns them neer, but yet their cogitation thereof is imprinted in their hearts. The sanguine man hath good appetite, and quick digestion; his urine is yellow and thick, his pulse is great and full, and dreameth of red things, and pleasant conceits.
Astro. Judgement of Diseases from the Decumbiture of the Sick, Culpeper
The bold bit doens't sound NT at all... if I can track you don't a version of the plagmatic man you will see they are pretty cold fish... oops