Beige

Beige was used as a color term in the modern sense in France beginning approximately 1855-60; the writer Edmond de Goncourt used it in the novel La Fille Elisa in 1877. The first recorded use of beige as a color name in English was in 1887. Beginning in the 1920s, the meaning of beige expanded so that it is now also used not only for pale yellowis...
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Beige

• (n.) Debeige.
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beige

adjective of a light greyish-brown color
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Beige

Beige noun [ French] Debeige.
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Beige

Beige is a light woollen fabric made of wool of the natural colour, that is neither dyed nor bleached.
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beige

[adj] - of a light grayish-brown color 2. [n] - a very light brown
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