Ecru

Ecru describes the shade greyish-pale yellow or a light greyish-yellowish brown. It is often used to describe such fabrics as silk and linen in their unbleached state. Ecru comes from the French word écru, which means literally `raw` or `unbleached`. In the 1930s and before, ecru was considered{by whom|date=June 2013} to be the same colour as...
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Ecru

• (a.) Having the color or appearance of unbleached stuff, as silk, linen, or the like.
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Écru

É`cru' adjective [ French, from Latin crudus raw.] Having the color or appearance of unbleached stuff, as silk, linen, or the like.
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Ecru

Ecru is a name given to a creamy-yellow colour.
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ecru

off-white
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