Common misspellings for dye:
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Definition of dye:
- The art of dyeing is one of great antiquity, although no special mention is made of it in the Old Testament. The Hebrews probably learned it from the Egyptians ( see Exodus 26:1 ; 28:5-8 ), who brought it to great perfection. In New Testament times Thyatira was famed for its dyers ( Acts 16:14 ). ( See COLOUR .)
- To color; stain; tinge; take a color.
- To stain or color.
- To stain: to give a new color to:- pr. p. dyeing; pa. p. dyed'.
- To color; stain.
- To follow the trade of a dyer.
- To give a new and permanent colour, chiefly to textile materials or fabrics.
- To colour; to stain; to tinge deeply.
- Color produced by dyeing.
- Same as Die, a lot.
- A coloring liquid or stain.
- Color; stain; coloring substance.
- A fluid coloring matter; a color produced by or as by dyeing; hue.
- Colour; tinge; a colouring liquid.
- Colouring matter; colour; stain.