Carnation

(Dianthus) This group of hardy plants includes Pinks, Carnations and Sweet Williams. The Carnation is the descendent of D. Caryophyllus; it grows wild in southern Europe. D. barbatus, the Sweet William, is found wild in the Mediterranean region. The Pinks have mainly come from D. plumarius. The Chinese and Indian Pinks have come from D. chinensis a...
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carnation

[adj] - having the color of a carnation 2. [n] - Eurasian plant with pink to purple-red spice-scented usually double flowers 3. [n] - a pink or reddish-pink color
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Carnation

Car·na'tion noun [ French carnation the flesh tints in a painting, It carnagione , from Latin carnatio fleshiness, from caro , carnis , flesh. See Carnal .] 1. The natural color of flesh; rosy pink. « Her complexion of the delicate carnati...
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carnation

adjective pink or pinkish
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Carnation

• (n.) A species of Dianthus (D. Caryophyllus) or pink, having very beautiful flowers of various colors, esp. white and usually a rich, spicy scent. • (n.) The natural color of flesh; rosy pink. • (n.) Those parts of a picture in which the human body or any part of it is represented in full color; the flesh tints.Carnation: words in ...
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carnation

(Dianthus caryophyllus), herbaceous plant of the pink, or carnation, family (Caryophyllaceae), native to the Mediterranean area. It is widely ... [1 related articles]
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carnation

carnation: see pink.
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Carnation

In the fine arts, carnation describes the colour of flesh and as such the parts of a picture which are naked or without drapery, exhibiting the natural colour of the flesh.
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Carnation

The carnation (Dianthus) is a hardy perennial plant of the family Caryophyllaceae. Also known as the clove-pink.
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carnation

Any of a large number of double-flowered cultivated varieties of a plant belonging to the pink family. The flowers smell like cloves; they are divided into flake, bizarre, and picotees, according to whether the petals have one or more colours on their white base, have the colour appearing in strips, or have a coloured border to the petals. ...
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Carnation

[heraldry] In heraldry, carnation is a tincture, the name for skin colour, more exactly the colour of pale or white human skin (i.e., pale pinkish peach). It is rare in coats of arms in Anglophone countries but quite frequent on the European continent, in France in particular, derived from widespread use in German heraldry.{cn|date=January ...
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Carnation

An obsolete term which described the rosy pink, flesh colour of a female portrait.
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Carnation

[Ringo Sheena song] == Background and development == In 2009, Sheena released the solo single `Ariamaru Tomi` and the album Sanmon Gossip after mostly focusing on her band, Tokyo Jihen. Since then, Tokyo Jihen released their fourth studio album, Sports, the single `Sora ga Natteiru` / `Onna no Ko wa Dare Demo` (2011) and their fifth studio ...
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carnation

Eurasian plant with pink to purple-red spice-scented usually double flowers;
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