Color

1. in heraldry, any hue which is not a metal. 2. a flag carried by a military unit as a unit or national identification. Military forces of English-speaking countries often carry a pair of colors, one national or royal and the other of the unit itself. As distinguished from a standard, a color is used by foot units. French - drapeau Spanish - bande… ...

color

Latin, meaning: color.
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color

[adj] - (photography) `color film` 2. [n] - a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks) 3. [n] - (high energy physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction 4. [n] - interest and variety and intensity 5. [n] - the timbre of a musical sound 6. [n]
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Color

Col'or noun [ Written also colour .] [ Old French color , colur , colour , French couleur , Latin color ; probably akin to celare to conceal (the color taken as that which covers). See Helmet .] 1. A property depending on the relations...
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Color

Col'or transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Colored ; present participle & verbal noun Coloring .] [ French colorer .] 1. To change or alter the hue or tint of, by dyeing, staining, painting, etc.; to dye; to tinge...
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Color

Col'or intransitive verb To acquire color; to turn red, especially in the face; to blush.
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color

adjective having or capable of producing colors; `color film`; `he rented a color television`; `marvelous color illustrations`
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color

colour noun 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`
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color

colour noun a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks)
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color

colorize 3 colorise 3 colourise 3 colourize 3 colour 9 color in verb add color to; `The child colored the drawings`; `Fall colored the trees`; `colorize black and white film`
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color

verb modify or bias; `His political ideas color his lectures`
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color

verb affect as in thought or feeling; `My personal feelings color my judgment in this case`; `The sadness tinged his life`
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color

(kul´әr) a property of a surface or substance due to absorption of certain light rays and reflection of others within the range of wavelengths (roughly 370 to 760 nm) adequate to excite the retinal receptors. radiant energy within the range of adequate chromatic stimuli of the retina, being between t...
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Color

• (n.) A property depending on the relations of light to the eye, by which individual and specific differences in the hues and tints of objects are apprehended in vision; as, gay colors; sad colors, etc. • (v. t.) To hide. • (v. i.) To acquire color; to turn red, especially in the face; to blush. • (n.) A distinguishing badge, a...
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Color

[manga] ==Reception== Courtney Kraft, writing for Graphic Novel Reporter, felt Color was a `rather endearing piece about two boys who develop genuine love that leads to physical attraction`, which she felt was the opposite to how relationships are usually depicted in yaoi. Holly Ellingwood, writing for Active Anime, enjoyed the parallels be...
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color

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŭl′ŏr Definitions: 1. That aspect of the appearance of objects and light sources that may be specified as to hue, lightness (brightness), and saturation. 2. That portion of the visible (370-760 nm) electromagnetic spectrum specified by wavelength, luminosity, and purity.
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Color

[medieval music] In medieval music theory, the terms color and coloration are used in four distinct senses, two of which relate to the notation and structuring of note durations, the third to florid ornamentation, and the fourth to the quality of chromatic music. ==Coloration (mensural notation device)== As a notation device in mensural not...
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COLOR

Displayable colors, e.g. 16.77 million.
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Color

[software] Color was a professional color grading software application produced by Apple Inc. for their Mac OS X operating system. It is one of the major applications included as part of Apple`s Final Cut Studio 3 video production suite. It was discontinued with the release of Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, and Compressor 4. The application was...
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color

A subjective quality that depends partly on the vagaries of the human visual system. Because the eye is poor at detecting color at low light levels, most stars in the night sky appear white. Blues, red, and yellows are only evident in the case of some of the brighter stars (and planets), or with the...
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color

color, effect produced on the eye and its associated nerves by light waves of different wavelength or frequency. Light transmitted from an object to the eye stimulates the different color cones of the retina, thus making possible perception of various colors in the object.See also light; painting; p...
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Color

The human eye is capable of responding to various wavelengths of reflected light. Different wavelengths are reflected and absorbed by all particulate matter and colors result from the perception of the various wavelengths in the visible spectrum. Generally the human eye sees the various hues comprised of blue, green and red waves in combination. Hu...
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Color

A wrong committed by an officer under the pretended authority of his office; in some cases the act amounts to a misdemeanor, and the party may then be indicted. In other cases, the remedy to redress the wrong is by an action. For example Section 1983, et sec. civil rights actions often include allegations that the defendants were acting under color...
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Color

A diamond must be as colourless as possible. The colour grade describes the colour tones in a stone. D is perfectly colourless, which is rare and expensive. The colour scale goes from D to Z and indicates yellow and brown tones. It takes a trained eye to distinguish between shades that are close together, but an untrained eye see the difference bet...
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Color

Produced when light strikes an object and then reflects back to your eyes. The methods used for color specification today belong to a technique known as colorimetry and consist of accurate scientific measurements based on the wavelengths of three primary colors. An element of art with three properties: (1) hue or tint, the color name, e.g., red, ye...
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