ochre

A kind of yellow or reddish-coloured earth.

Ochre

O'chre noun (Min.) See Ocher .
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ochre

<chemical> A impure earthy ore of iron or a ferruginous clay, usually red (hematite) or yellow (limonite), used as a pigment in making paints, etc. The name is also applied to clays of other colours. ... A metallic oxide occurring in earthy form; as, tungstic ocher or tungstite. ... Origin: F.ocre, L. Ochra, fr. Gr, from pale, pale yellow. .....
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Ochre

• (n.) See Ocher. • (n.) A metallic oxide occurring in earthy form; as, tungstic ocher or tungstite. • (n.) A impure earthy ore of iron or a ferruginous clay, usually red (hematite) or yellow (limonite), -- used as a pigment in making paints, etc. The name is also applied to clays of other colors.
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ochre

(from the article `art and architecture, Oceanic`) Paint and painting were thought to animate sculpture—often literally, in religiosymbolic terms, as paint was considered to have magical, vivifying ...
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Ochre

Ochre is a yellow earth pigment derived from sands and clays around the world. Ochre consists of a mixture of silica, alumina and hydrated iron oxide. Ochre is one of the oldest pigments known to man, and produces a dull brownish-yellow effect which is stable, permanent and fast to light.
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Ochre

Ochre is a yellow earth pigment derived from sands and clays found around the world, consisting of a mixture of silica, alumina, and hydrated iron oxide. Ochre has been used as a pigment since the earliest times and produces a brownish yellow, stable stain which is fast to light.
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Ochre

[musician] Ochre is the stage name of English electronic musician Christopher Leary. The name `Ochre` was originally adopted as the title for Leary`s academic work while studying audio production at Newcastle College, as a variation of `Oaker`, being the name of a street in Manchester where Leary spent his early childhood. Leary also holds ...
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Ochre

Ochre (ər {respell|OH|kər}; from Greek: ὠχρός, ōkhrós, (pale yellow, pale), also spelled ocher, see spelling differences) is a natural earth pigment containing hydrated iron oxide, which ranges in color from yellow to deep orange or brown. It is also the name of the colors produced by this pigment, especially a light brownish-yellow. A v...
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ochre

Amorphous, yellow to red substance composed of iron compounds such as Hematite and Limonite.
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ochre

a substance composed of powdered hematite, or iron ore, mixed with some type of liquid raw material to create a rough paint. The liquid material was usually fish oil, seal oil, or sometimes linseed oil.
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ochre

yellowish or yellow-brown colour
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