- of a pale to moderate grayish violet color 2. [n] - a moderate purpleFound on http://www.webdictionary.co.uk/definition.php?query=mauve
[ French, mallow, Latin malva
. So named from the similarity of the color to that of the petals of common mallow, Malva sylvestris
. See Mallow
.] A color of a delicate purple, violet, or lilac. Mauve aniline (Chemistry)
, a dyestuff prod...
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A colour of a delicate purple, violet, or lilac. ... <chemistry> Mauve aniline, a dyestuff produced artificially by the oxidation of commercial aniline, and the first discovered of the so-called coal-tar, or aniline, dyes. It consists of the sulphate of mauveine, and is a dark brown or bronze amorphous powder, which dissolves to a beatiful pu...
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adjective of a pale to moderate greyish violet color
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• (n.) A color of a delicate purple, violet, or lilac.
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Mauve is a beautiful purple dye obtained from aniline, used for dyeing silks, etc. In silk and wool the colours are permanent without the use of mordants.
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Mauve or Perkin's Violet, was the first aniline dye of commercial value that was prepared. It was obtained by the oxidation of crude aniline by bichrome and sulphuric acid.
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bluish or pinkish-purple
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[test suite] Mauve is a project to provide a free software test suite for the Java class libraries. Mauve is developed by the members of Kaffe, GNU Classpath, GCJ, and other projects. Unlike a similar project, JUnit, Mauve is designed to run on various experimental Java virtual machines, where some features may be still missing. Because of ...
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Mauve v (from the French form of Malva `mallow`) is a pale purple color, which is named after the mallow flower. The first use of the word mauve as a color was in 1796-8 according to the Oxford English Dictionary, but its use seems to have been rare before 1859. Another name for the color is mallow with the first recorded use of mallow as a colo.....
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bluish or pinkish-purple
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