Common misspellings for colour:
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Definition of colour:
- The subject of colours holds an important place in the Scriptures. White occurs as the translation of various Hebrew words. It is applied to milk ( Genesis 49:12 ), manna ( Exodus 16:31 ), snow ( Isaiah 1:18 ), horses ( Zechariah 1:8 ), raiment ( Eccl 9:8 ). Another Hebrew word so rendered is applied to marble ( Esther 1:6 ), and a cognate word to the lily ( Cant 2:16 ). A different term, meaning " dazzling," is applied to the countenance ( Cant 5:10 ). This colour was an emblem of purity and innocence ( Mark 16:5 ; John 20:12 ; Revelation 19:8 Revelation 19:14 ), of joy ( Eccl 9:8 ), and also of victory ( Zechariah 6:3 ; Revelation 6:2 ). The hangings of the tabernacle court ( Exodus 27:9 ; 38:9 ), the coats, mitres, bonnets, and breeches of the priests ( Exodus 39:27 Exodus 39:28 ), and the dress of the high priest on the day of Atonement ( Leviticus 16:4 Leviticus 16:32 ), were white. Black, applied to the hair ( Leviticus 13:31 ; Cant 5:11 ), the complexion ( Cant 1:5 ), and to horses ( Zechariah 6:2 Zechariah 6:6 ). The word rendered " brown" in Genesis 30:32 ( RSV, " black") means properly " scorched", i.e., the colour produced by the influence of the sun's rays. " Black" in Job 30:30 means dirty, blackened by sorrow and disease. The word is applied to a mourner's robes ( Jeremiah 8:21 ; 14:2 ), to a clouded sky ( 1 Kings 18:45 ), to night ( Micah 3:6 ; Jeremiah 4:28 ), and to a brook rendered turbid by melted snow ( Job 6:16 ). It is used as symbolical of evil in Zech 6:2,6and Revelation 6:5 . It was the emblem of mourning, affliction, calamity ( Jeremiah 14:2 ; Lamentations 4:8 ; 5:10 ). Red, applied to blood ( 2 Kings 322 ; 22), a heifer ( Numbers 19:2 ), pottage of lentils ( Genesis 25:30 ), a horse ( Zechariah 1:8 ), wine ( Proverbs 23:31 ), the complexion ( Genesis 25:25 ; Cant 5:10 ). This colour is symbolical of bloodshed ( Zechariah 6:2 ; Revelation 6:4 ; 12:3 ). Purple, a colour obtained from the secretion of a species of shell-fish ( the Murex trunculus) which was found in the Mediterranean, and particularly on the coasts of Phoenicia and Asia Minor. The colouring matter in each separate shell-fish amounted to only a single drop, and hence the great value of this dye. Robes of this colour were worn by kings ( Judges 8:26 ) and high officers ( Esther 8:15 ). They were also worn by the wealthy and luxurious ( Jeremiah 10:9 ; Ezekiel 27:7 ; Luke 16:19 ; Revelation 17:4 ). With this colour was associated the idea of royalty and majesty ( Judges 8:26 ; Cant 3:10 ; 7:5 ; Daniel 5:7 Daniel 5:16 Daniel 5:29 ). Blue. This colour was also procured from a species of shell-fish, the chelzon of the Hebrews, and the Helix ianthina of modern naturalists. The tint was emblematic of the sky, the deep dark hue of the Eastern sky. This colour was used in the same way as purple. The ribbon and fringe of the Hebrew dress were of this colour ( Numbers 15:38 ). The loops of the curtains ( Exodus 26:4 ), the lace of the high priest's breastplate, the robe of the ephod, and the lace on his mitre, were blue ( Exodus 28:28 Exodus 28:31 Exodus 28:37 ). Scarlet, or Crimson. In Isaiah 1:18 a Hebrew word is used which denotes the worm or grub whence this dye was procured. In Genesis 38:28 Genesis 38:30 , the word so rendered means " to shine," and expresses the brilliancy of the colour. The small parasitic insects from which this dye was obtained somewhat resembled the cochineal which is found in Eastern countries. It is called by naturalists Coccus ilics. The dye was procured from the female grub alone. The only natural object to which this colour is applied in Scripture is the lips, which are likened to a scarlet thread ( Cant 4:3 ). Scarlet robes were worn by the rich and luxurious ( 2 Samuel 1:24 ; Proverbs 31:21 ; Jeremiah 4:30 . Revelation 17:4 ). It was also the hue of the warrior's dress ( Nahum 2:3 ; Isaiah 9:5 ). The Phoenicians excelled in the art of dyeing this colour ( 2 Chronicles 2:7 ). These four colours-- white, purple, blue, and scarlet-- were used in the textures of the tabernacle curtains ( Exodus 26:1 Exodus 26:31 Exodus 26:36 ), and also in the high priest's ephod, girdle, and breastplate ( Exodus 28:5 Exodus 28:6 Exodus 28:8 Exodus 28:15 ). Scarlet thread is mentioned in connection with the rites of cleansing the leper ( Leviticus 14:4 Leviticus 14:6 Leviticus 14:51 ) and of burning the red heifer ( Numbers 19:6 ). It was a crimson thread that Rahab was to bind on her window as a sign that she was to be saved alive ( Joshua 2:18 ; 6:25 ) when the city of Jericho was taken. Vermilion, the red sulphuret of mercury, or cinnabar; a colour used for drawing the figures of idols on the walls of temples ( Ezekiel 23:14 ), or for decorating the walls and beams of houses ( Jeremiah 22:14 ).
- To give a color to; dye; tint; stain.
- To modify; misrepresent.
- change color, often in an undesired manner; " The shirts discolored"
- an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; " he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; " he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; " the situation soon took on a different color"
- ( physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors
- affect as in thought or feeling; " My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; " The sadness tinged his life"
- having or capable of producing colors; " color film"; " he rented a color television"; " marvelous color illustrations"
- See Color.
- To dye; to tinge; to paint; to stain; to palliate; to give a specious appearance to; to make plansible; to exaggerate.
- To turn red; to blush. Primary colours, loosely, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet; strictly, red, green, and violet. Complementary colours, those that are wanting to make up white. Prismatic colours, those into which pure light is resolved when transmitted through a triangular glass prism. Water colours, such as are used in painting without being mixed with oil.
- To alter or change the outward appearance of any body or substance; to tinge; to dye; to give a specious appearance to; to make plausible; to blush.
- A flag, ensing, or standard; a badge.
- A flag, standard, or ensign.
- the timbre of a musical sound; " the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music"
- interest and variety and intensity; " the Puritan Period was lacking in color"
- a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race ( especially Blacks)
- any material used for its color; " she used a different color for the trim"
- A property inherent in light, or the conditions under which it is transmitted, which gives to bodies different appearances to the eye; the hue or appearance of a body to the eye, or a quality of sensation, caused by the rays of light; paint; pigment; appearance of blood in the face; appearance; false show; pretence; kind; species; character.
- The hue or appearance that a body presents to the eye; dye or tinge; anything used to give or impart colour to a body; a paint; appearance to the mind; false show.
- ( photography) " color film"; " he rented a color television"; " in glorious color"; " marvelous color illustrations"