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colour is defined using the Munsell color system that specifies the relative degrees of the three simple variables of color: hue, value, and chroma. for example: 10YR 6/4 is a color (of soil) with a hue =10YR, value = 6, and chroma = 4. see also chroma, hue, value, color.

A sheet of plastic usually composed of a coloured resin sandwiched between two clear pieces. the coloured filter absorbs all the colours of light except the colour of the filter itself, which it allows through. for this reason, denser colours get very hot, and can burn out very quickly.

colourcol"our (?), n. see color.colour adj : (photography) "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "in glorious color"; "marvelous color illustrations" [syn: color] [ant: black-and-white] n 1. any material used for its color [syn: coloring material, colouring material , color] 2. a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially blacks) [syn: color, people of color, people of colour ] 3. (high energy physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors [syn: color] 4. interest and variety and intensity: "the puritan period was lacking in color" [syn: color, vividness] 5. the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music" [syn: color] 6. a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "white is made up of many different wavelengths of light" [syn: color, coloring, colouring] [ant: colorlessness] 7. outward or token appearance or form; "he tried to give his actions a semblance of authenticity"; "the situation soon took on a different color" [syn: semblance, color] 8. the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation [syn: color] v 1: modify or bias; "his political ideas color his lectures" [syn: color] 2: decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones" [syn: color, emblazon] 3: gloss or excuse; "color a lie" [syn: color, gloss] 4: distort; "my personal feelings color my judgment in this case" [syn: color, distort] 5: add color to; "the child colored the drawings"; "fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film" [syn: color, colorize, colorise, colourise, colourize, color in, colour in] [ant: discolor] 6: change color, often in an undesired manner; "the shirts discolored" [syn: discolor, discolour, color]colour the subject of colours holds an important place in the scriptures. white occurs as the translation of various hebrew words. it is applied to milk (gen. 49:12), manna (ex. 16:31), snow (isa. 1:18), horses (zech. 1:8), raiment (eccl. 9:8). another hebrew word so rendered is applied to marble (esther 1:6), and a cognate word to the lily (cant. 2:16). a different term, meaning "dazzling," is applied to the countenance (cant. 5:10). this colour was an emblem of purity and innocence (mark 16:5; john 20:12; rev. 19:8, 14), of joy (eccl. 9:8), and also of victory (zech. 6:3; rev. 6:2). the hangings of the tabernacle court (ex. 27:9; 38:9), the coats, mitres, bonnets, and breeches of the priests (ex. 39:27,28), and the dress of the high priest on the day of atonement (lev. 16:4,32), were white. black, applied to the hair (lev. 13:31; cant. 5:11), the complexion (cant. 1:5), and to horses (zech. 6:2,6). the word rendered "brown" in gen. 30:32 (r.v., "black") means properly "scorched", i.e., the colour produced by the influence of the sun's rays. "black" in job 30:30 means dirty, blackened by sorrow and disease. the word is applied to a mourner's robes (jer. 8:21; 14:2), to a clouded sky (1 kings 18:45), to night (micah 3:6; jer. 4:28), and to a brook rendered turbid by melted snow (job 6:16). it is used as symbolical of evil in zech. 6:2, 6 and rev. 6:5. it was the emblem of mourning, affliction, calamity (jer. 14:2; lam. 4:8; 5:10). red, applied to blood (2 kings 3;22), a heifer (num. 19:2), pottage of lentils (gen. 25:30), a horse (zech. 1:8), wine (prov. 23:31), the complexion (gen

(n.)

See Color.  

MeaningEnlist in the army. OriginEach regiment in the british army had a flag known as its colour.

MeaningShow your intention to hold out until the end. OriginIn nautical battles colours (flags) were lowered as a mark of submission. nailing your colours to the mast meant you weren't intending to submit.

Noun1. any material used for its color; "she used a different color for the trim" (synonym) coloring material, colouring material, color (hypernym) material, stuff (hyponym) paint (derivation) color2. a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks) (synonym) color, people of color, people of colour (hypernym) race (member-meronym) person of color, person of colour3. (physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors (synonym) color (hypernym) kind, sort, form, variety (classification) particle physics, high-energy physics, high energy physics4. interest and variety and intensity; "the puritan period was lacking in color" (synonym) color, vividness (hypernym) interest, interestingness (attribute) colorful, colourful5. the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music" (synonym) color, coloration, colouration (hypernym) timbre, timber, quality, tone6. a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light" (synonym) color, coloring, colouring (hypernym) visual property (hyponym) heather mixture, heather (attribute) colored, coloured, colorful7. an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different color" (synonym) semblance, gloss, color (hypernym) appearance, visual aspect (hyponym) color of law, colour of law8. the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation (synonym) color (hypernym) appearance, visual aspectVerb1. modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures" (synonym) color (hypernym) influence, act upon, work (derivation) coloring material, colouring material, color2. decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones" (synonym) color, emblazon (hypernym) decorate, adorn, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify (hyponym) miniate (derivation) coloring material, colouring material, color3. gloss or excuse; "color a lie" (synonym) color, gloss (hypernym) apologize, apologise, excuse, justify, rationalize, rationalise4. affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life" (synonym) tinge, color, distort (hypernym) affect, impact, bear upon, bear on, touch on, touch5. add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film" (synonym) color, colorize, colorise, colourise, colourize, color in, colour in (hypernym) change, alter, modify (hyponym) blackwash (derivation) coloring, colouring, food coloring, food colouring, food color, food colour6. change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored" (synonym) discolor, discolour, color (hypernym) change (hyponym) blush, crimson, flush, redden (derivation) coloring material, colouring material, colorAdjective1. having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations" (synonym) color (classification) photography, picture taking

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Coch = n. a red colour, a. red

Cyfeilw = a. of the same colour

Cynlliw = n. first colour

Dulwyd = n. dusky colour

Erchliw = n. a dun colour

Eurliw = n. a gold colour

Ffadw = a. of a dark bay colour

Gawr = n. shout; a grey colour

Gorliwio = v. to colour over

Gwineuo = v. to turn to a bay colour

Lliw = n. a colour; a figure

Lliwgar = a. of good colour

Lliwio = v. to colour; to dye

Lliwusrwydd = n. goodness of colour

Llwydgoch = n. a russet colour

Llwydwyn = n. a drab colour

Llygliw = n. a mouse colour

Morlas = n. a sea-green colour

Mudliw = n. motely colour

Paent = n. paint; colour

Pedryliw = n. a perfect colour

Pygliw = n. a pitch colour

Rhydgoch = a. of a russet colour

Ruddlwyd = a. russet colour

Tryliw = n. pervading colour

Unlliw = a. of one colour

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(US "color") colours are usually represented as RGB triples in a digital image because this corresponds most closely to the electronic signals needed to drive a CRT. several equivalent systems ("colour models") exist, e.g. HSB. A colour image may be stored as three separate images, one for each of red, green, and blue, or each pixel may encode the colour using separate bit-fields for each colour component, or each pixel may store a logical colour number which is looked up in a hardware colour palette to find the colour to display.Printers may use the CMYK or Pantone representations of colours as well as RGB.(1999-08-02)

Color or colour (see spelling differences) is the visual perceptual property corresponding in humans to the categories called red, yellow, blue, black, etc. color derives from the spectrum of light (distribution of light energy versus wavelength) interacting in the eye with the spectral sensitivities of the light receptors. color categories and physical specifications of color are also associated with objects, materials, light sources, etc., based on their physical properties such as light absorption, reflection, or emission spectra.

fear of red

fear of the color white

fear of the color black

fear of the color purple

fear of the color yellow or the word yellow

fear of coloursAlso known as Chromatophobia

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the subject of colours holds an important place in the Scriptures. white occurs as the translation of various hebrew words. It is applied to milk (Gen. 49:12), manna (Ex. 16:31), snow (Isa. 1:18), horses (Zech. 1:8), raiment (Eccl. 9:8). another hebrew word so rendered is applied to marble (Esther 1:6), and a cognate word to the lily (Cant. 2:16). A different term, meaning "dazzling," is applied to the countenance (Cant. 5:10). this colour was an emblem of purity and innocence (Mark 16:5; john 20:12; Rev. 19:8, 14), of joy (Eccl. 9:8), and also of victory (Zech. 6:3; Rev. 6:2). the hangings of the tabernacle court (Ex. 27:9; 38:9), the coats, mitres, bonnets, and breeches of the priests (Ex. 39:27,28), and the dress of the high priest on the day of atonement (Lev. 16:4,32), were white. Black, applied to the hair (Lev. 13:31; Cant. 5:11), the complexion (Cant. 1:5), and to horses (Zech. 6:2,6). the word rendered "brown" in Gen. 30:32 (R.V., "black") means properly "scorched", i.e., the colour produced by the influence of the sun's rays. "Black" in job 30:30 means dirty, blackened by sorrow and disease. the word is applied to a mourner's robes (Jer. 8:21; 14:2), to a clouded sky (1 kings 18:45), to night (Micah 3:6; Jer. 4:28), and to a brook rendered turbid by melted snow (Job 6:16). It is used as symbolical of evil in Zech. 6:2, 6 and Rev. 6:5. It was the emblem of mourning, affliction, calamity (Jer. 14:2; Lam. 4:8; 5:10). Red, applied to blood (2 kings 3;22), a heifer (Num. 19:2), pottage of lentils (Gen. 25:30), a horse (Zech. 1:8), wine (Prov. 23:31), the complexion (Gen. 25:25; Cant. 5:10). this colour is symbolical of bloodshed (Zech. 6:2; Rev. 6:4; 12:3). Purple, a colour obtained from the secretion of a species of shell-fish (the murex trunculus) which was found in the Mediterranean, and particularly on the coasts of phoenicia and asia Minor. the colouring matter in each separate shell-fish amounted to only a single drop, and hence the great value of this dye. robes of this colour were worn by kings (Judg. 8:26) and high officers (Esther 8:15). they were also worn by the wealthy and luxurious (Jer. 10:9; Ezek. 27:7; luke 16:19; Rev. 17:4). with this colour was associated the idea of royalty and majesty (Judg. 8:26; Cant. 3:10; 7:5; Dan. 5:7, 16,29). Blue. this colour was also procured from a species of shell-fish, the chelzon of the Hebrews, and the helix ianthina of modern naturalists. the tint was emblematic of the sky, the deep dark hue of the eastern sky. this colour was used in the same way as purple. the ribbon and fringe of the hebrew dress were of this colour (Num. 15:38). the loops of the curtains (Ex. 26:4), the lace of the high priest's breastplate, the robe of the ephod, and the lace on his mitre, were blue (Ex. 28:28, 31, 37). Scarlet, or Crimson. In Isa. 1:18 a hebrew word is used which denotes the worm or grub whence this dye was procured. In Gen. 38:28,30, the word so rendered means "to shine," and expresses the brilliancy of the colour. the small parasitic insects from which this dye was obtained somewhat resembled the cochineal which is found in eastern countries. It is called by naturalists coccus ilics. the dye was procured from the female grub alone. the only natural object to which this colour is applied in scripture is the lips, which are likened to a scarlet thread (Cant. 4:3). scarlet robes were worn by the rich and luxurious (2 Sam. 1:24; Prov. 31:21; Jer. 4:30. Rev. 17:4). It was also the hue of the warrior's dress (Nah. 2:3; Isa. 9:5). the phoenicians excelled in the art of dyeing this colour (2 Chr. 2:7). these four colours--white, purple, blue, and scarlet--were used in the textures of the tabernacle curtains (Ex. 26:1, 31, 36), and also in the high priest's ephod, girdle, and breastplate (Ex. 28:5, 6, 8, 15). scarlet thread is mentioned in connection with the rites of cleansing the leper (Lev. 14:4, 6, 51) and of burning the red heifer (Num. 19:6). It was a crimson thread that Raha

Common misspellings

    • ccolour
    • solour
    • csolour
    • scolour
    • kolour
    • kkolour
    • ckolour
    • kcolour
    • cholour
    • hcolour
    • olour
    • collour
    • corour
    • corrour
    • coleour
    • coliour
    • coelour
    • coilour
    • coerour
    • coreour
    • coour
    • cooloour
    • cohlohur
    • cholhour
    • clur
    • colourr
    • coloul
    • coloull
    • coloua
    • colouar
    • coloura
    • colouer
    • coloure
    • colou
    • colouur
    • coloyr
    • coloyur
    • colouyr
    • coloyyr
    • color

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Typos

  • xolour
  • solour
  • dolour
  • folour
  • volour
  • olour
  • cokour
  • coiour
  • cooour
  • copour
  • coour
  • ciliur
  • cklkur
  • clllur
  • cplpur
  • clur
  • coloue
  • coloud
  • colouf
  • coloug
  • colout
  • colou
  • coloyr
  • colohr
  • colojr
  • colokr
  • coloir
  • color

Anagrams

  • cuorlo
  • cluroo
  • croulo
  • coulor
  • crouol
  • corlou
  • coorlu
  • courlo
  • clroou
  • courol
  • cuolro
  • coorul
  • curolo
  • cuoolr
  • cluoro
  • curloo
  • coloru
  • culroo
  • cloour
  • crolou
  • crooul
  • coolru
  • clouor
  • clouro
  • crlouo
  • cuoorl
  • colour
  • croluo
  • coruol
  • couolr
  • cloruo
  • coolur
  • couorl
  • clooru
  • coluro
  • coroul
  • curool
  • culoor
  • coluor
  • clorou
  • culoro
  • cuolor
  • corulo
  • croolu
  • crluoo
  • cooulr
  • crloou
  • corluo
  • coulro
  • cuorol
  • clruoo
  • corolu
  • coourl
  • colruo
  • cluoor
  • clrouo
  • colrou

Word analysis of colour

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Consonantscolour
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