Ombre

Ombre ({etymology|es|hombre|man}) is a fast-moving seventeenth-century trick-taking card game for three players. Its history began in Spain around the end of the 16th Century as a four person game. It is one of the earliest card games known in Europe and by far the most classic game of its type, directly ancestral to Euchre, Boston and Solo Whist....
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Ombre

• (n.) A large Mediterranean food fish (Umbrina cirrhosa): -- called also umbra, and umbrine. • (n.) A game at cards, borrowed from the Spaniards, and usually played by three persons.
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Ombre

Om'bre noun [ French, of uncertain origin.] (Zoology) A large Mediterranean food fish ( Umbrina cirrhosa ): -- called also umbra , and umbrine .
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Ombre

A fabric made by laying in wefts of yarn that are closely colored hues that after weaving created a shaded effect.
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ombre

A game at cards, borrowed from the Spaniards, and usually played by three persons. 'When ombre calls, his hand and heart are free, And, joined to two, he fails not to make three.' (Young) ... Origin: F. Hombre, fr. Sp. Hombre, lit, a man, fr. L. Homo. See Human. ... <zoology> A large Mediterranean food fish (Umbrina cirrhosa): ... Synonym: um...
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Ombré

A gradual change of one colour from dark to light or vice versa.
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Ombre

A gradual hair lightening technique consisting of darker roots transitioning into lighter tips. Dark on top, light on bottom.
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ombre

Anglicized version of the classic Spanish card game originally called hombre (meaning `man`) and now known as tresillo in Spain and South America.[1 related articles]
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Ombre

Ombre is a Spanish card game played with a deck of forty cards - the eight, nine and ten of each suit being rejected. The order of value of the cards is peculiar, and is different in the two colours. Nine cards are given to each of three players in parcels of three, the two black always being trumps.
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Ombre

the french word for shaded. Going from dark to light. In hair, it’s dark at the roots to lighter at the ends.
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