Cerulean

The first recorded use of cerulean as a color name in English was in 1590. The word is derived from the Latin word caeruleus, `dark blue, blue or blue-green`, which in turn probably derives from caelulum, diminutive of caelum, `heaven, sky`. ==Use in artistic painting== In classical times, cerulean was used to describe blue pigments, particula...
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Cerulean

• (a.) Sky-colored; blue; azure.
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Cerulean

Ce·ru'le·an adjective [ Latin caeruleus .] Sky-colored; blue; azure. Cowper. « Blue, blue, as if that sky let fall» « A flower from its cerulean wall. Bryant. »
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cerulean

cerulean 1. Referring to a deep blue color, like the sky on a clear day. 2. Azure; sky-blue. 3. The Latin word was applied by Roman authors to the sky, the Mediterranean, and occasionally to leaves or fields.
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Cerulean

Cobalt stannate. It is made by roasting cobalt and tin oxides. Late-18th-century colour-makers tried to find a successful method, but the process was eventually perfected by Hopfner, Germany, in 1805. It was introduced as an artist's colour by George Rowney, England, in 1870.
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cerulean

sky-blue; dark blue
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cerulean

Synonym: blue. ... Origin: L. Caeruleus, blue, fr. Caelum, sky ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cerulean

Type: Term Pronunciation: se-rū′lē-ăn Synonyms: blue
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