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Цвета и оттенки

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Цвета радуги

В данной статье представлен достаточно полный список цветов и оттенков

  1. aeneous - shining bronze colour
  2. albicant - whitish; becoming white
  3. albugineous - white-coloured
  4. amaranthine - immortal; undying; deep purple-red colour
  5. argentthe - heraldic colour silver or white
  6. atrous - jet black
  7. aubergine - eggplant; a dark purple colour
  8. aurulent - gold-coloured
  9. azuline - blue
  10. azure - light or sky blue; the heraldic colour blue
  11. badious - chestnut-coloured
  12. beige - light creamy white-brown
  13. brunneous - dark brown
  14. burnet - dark brown; dark woollen cloth
  15. caesious - bluish or greyish green
  16. cardinal - deep scarlet red colour
  17. castaneous - chestnut-coloured
  18. castory - brown colour
  19. celadon - pale green; pale green glazed pottery
  20. celeste - sky blue
  21. cerulean - sky-blue; dark blue; sea-green
  22. cesious - bluish-grey
  23. chartreuse - yellow-green colour
  24. chlorochrous - green-coloured
  25. chrysochlorous - greenish-gold
  26. cinerious - ashen; ash-grey
  27. cinnabar - red crystalline mercuric sulfide pigment; deep red or scarlet colour
  28. citreous - lemon-coloured; lemony
  29. citrine - dark greenish-yellow
  30. claret - dark red-purple colour; a dark-red wine
  31. coccineous - bright red
  32. coquelicot - brilliant red; poppy red
  33. corbeau - blackish green
  34. cramoisy - crimson
  35. cretaceous - of or resembling chalk; of a whitish colour
  36. croceate - saffron-coloured
  37. cyaneous - sky blue
  38. eau-de-nil - pale green colour
  39. eburnean - of or like ivory; ivory-coloured
  40. erythraean - reddish colour
  41. ferruginous - of the colour of rust; impregnated with iron
  42. filemot - dead-leaf colour; dull brown
  43. flammeous - flame-coloured
  44. flavescent - yellowish or turning yellow
  45. fuliginous - sooty; dusky; soot-coloured; of or pertaining to soot
  46. fulvous - dull yellow; tawny
  47. fuscous - brown; tawny; dingy
  48. gamboge - reddish-yellow colour
  49. glaucous - sea-green; greyish-blue
  50. goldenrod - dark golden yellow
  51. greige - of a grey-beige colour
  52. gridelin - violet-grey
  53. griseous - pearl-grey or blue-grey; grizzled
  54. haematic - blood-coloured
  55. heliotrope - purplish hue
  56. hoary - pale silver-grey colour; grey with age
  57. hyacinthine - of a blue or purple colour
  58. ianthine - violet-coloured
  59. ibis - large stork-like bird; a pale apricot colour
  60. icterine - yellowish or marked with yellow
  61. icteritious - jaundiced; yellow
  62. incarnadine - carnation-coloured; blood-red
  63. indigo - deep blue-violet colour; a blue-violet dye
  64. infuscate - clouded or tinged with brown; obscured; cloudy brown colour
  65. isabelline - greyish yellow
  66. jacinthe - orange colour
  67. jessamy - yellow like a jasmine
  68. kermes - brilliant red colour; a red dye derived from insects
  69. khaki - light brown or tan
  70. lateritious - brick-red
  71. leucochroic - white or pale-coloured
  72. liard - grey; dapple-grey
  73. lovat - grey-green; blue-green
  74. lurid - red-yellow; yellow-brown
  75. luteolous - yellowish
  76. luteous - golden-yellow
  77. lutescent - yellowish
  78. madder - red dye made from brazil wood; a reddish or red-orange colour
  79. magenta - reddish purple
  80. maroon - brownish crimson
  81. mauve - light bluish purple
  82. mazarine - rich blue or reddish-blue colour
  83. melanic - black; very dark
  84. melichrous - having a honey-like colour
  85. meline - canary-yellow
  86. miniaceous - colour of reddish lead
  87. minium - vermilion; red lead
  88. modena - crimson
  89. morel - dark-coloured horse; blackish colour
  90. nacarat - bright orange-red
  91. nankeen - buff-coloured; durable buff-coloured cotton
  92. nigricant - of a blackish colour
  93. nigrine - black
  94. niveous - snowy; white
  95. ochre - yellowish or yellow-brown colour
  96. ochroleucous - yellowish white
  97. olivaceous - olive-coloured
  98. or - heraldic colour gold or yellow
  99. pavonated - peacock-blue
  100. periwinkle - a bluish or azure colour; a plant with bluish flowers
  101. perse - dark blue or bluish-grey; cloth of such a colour
  102. phoeniceous - bright scarlet-red colour
  103. piceous - like pitch; inflammable; reddish black
  104. plumbeous - leaden; lead-coloured
  105. ponceau - poppy red
  106. porphyrous - purple
  107. primrose - pale yellow
  108. puccoon - blood-root; dark red colour
  109. puce - brownish-purple; purplish-pink
  110. puniceous - bright or purplish red
  111. purpure - heraldic colour purple
  112. purpureal - purple
  113. pyrrhous - reddish; ruddy
  114. rhodopsin - visual purple
  115. rubiginous - rusty-coloured
  116. rubious - ruby red; rusty
  117. rufous - reddish or brownish-red
  118. russet reddish brown
  119. sable - black; dark; of a black colour in heraldry
  120. saffron - orange-yellow
  121. sage - grey-green colour
  122. sanguineous - bloody; of, like or pertaining to blood; blood-red
  123. sapphire - deep pure blue
  124. sarcoline - flesh-coloured
  125. sepia - fine brown
  126. sinopia - preparatory drawing for a fresco; reddish-brown colour
  127. slate - dull dark blue-grey
  128. smalt - deep blue
  129. smaragdine - emerald green
  130. solferino - purplish red
  131. sorrel - reddish-brown; light chestnut
  132. spadiceous - chestnut-coloured
  133. stammel - coarse woollen fabric, usually dyed red; bright red colour
  134. stramineous - strawy; light; worthless; straw-coloured
  135. suede - light beige
  136. sulphureous - bright yellow
  137. tan - tawny brown
  138. taupe - brownish-grey
  139. tawny - brownish-yellow
  140. teal - greenish-blue
  141. terracotta - reddish-brown
  142. testaceous - of or having a hard shell; brick-red
  143. tilleul - pale yellowish-green
  144. titian - red-gold or reddish-brown
  145. topaz - dark yellow
  146. turquoise - blue-green
  147. ultramarine - deep blue
  148. umber - brownish red
  149. vermeil - bright red or vermilion colour; gilded silver
  150. vermilion - bright red
  151. vinaceous - wine-coloured
  152. vinous - deep red; burgundy
  153. violaceous - violet-coloured
  154. violet - bluish purple
  155. virescent - becoming green or greenish; of a greenish colour
  156. virid - green
  157. viridian - chrome green
  158. vitellary - bright yellow
  159. wallflower - yellowish-red
  160. watchet - pale blue
  161. wheaten - the golden colour of ripe wheat
  162. whey - off-white
  163. willowish - of the colour of willow leaves
  164. xanthic - yellow; yellowish
  165. zinnober - chrome green



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