ochre

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Having a yellow-orange colour
An earth pigment containing silica, aluminum and ferric oxide
The stop codon sequence "UAA."
to cover with ochre
Referring to cultures that covered their dead with ochre
A somewhat yellowish orange colour

ochre colour:.

A impure earthy ore of iron or a ferruginous clay, usually red (hematite) or yellow (limonite), used as a pigment in making paints, etc
any of various earths containing silica and alumina and ferric oxide; used as a pigment
Red Earth used for colouring in a range of hues from yellow to deep red
Something that is ochre is a yellowish orange colour. For our dining room I have chosen ochre yellow walls
[Pronounced: oak-er] Naturally-occurring mineral – goethite or haematite or limonite – which was (possibly mixed with clay) and used in cave art and as a body decoration by Palaeolithic people, as at Paviland (South Wales) It has been suggested that the material was used for its medicinal and other properties, and its resemblance to blood may have been significant
A naturally occurring yellowish pigment composed of iron and clay
A type of earth used to create a specific yellow-brown pigment The term has also come to refer to the colour itself
An earthy red, yellow or brown iron oxide, used as a pigment
a moderate yellow-orange to orange color
Referring to archaeological cultures that covered their dead with ochre
The name is also applied to clays of other colors
A metallic oxide occurring in earthy form; as, tungstic ocher or tungstite
a naturally occurring yellow iron oxide used as a pigment in ink formuations
A colloquial name used in molecular biology referring to a particular stop codon sequence, "UAA
of a moderate orange-yellow color
{i} yellowish iron ore used as pigment in dyes and paints; medium yellow color with a brownish tint (also ocher)
Iron oxide or hematite Colour is commonly reddish-brown to yellow Used as a natural pigment
{s} of an earthy-yellow color
red ochre
a clay-like material, containing ferric oxide, used as a pigment
ocher
{n} a kind of earth, fine, smooth and soft, of various colors
ocher
A metallic oxide occurring in earthy form; as, tungstic ocher or tungstite
ocher
The name is also applied to clays of other colors
ocher
A impure earthy ore of iron or a ferruginous clay, usually red (hematite) or yellow (limonite), used as a pigment in making paints, etc
ocher
of a moderate orange-yellow color
ocher
a moderate yellow-orange to orange color any of various earths containing silica and alumina and ferric oxide; used as a pigment of a moderate orange-yellow color
ocher
alternative spelling of ochre
ocher
any of various earths containing silica and alumina and ferric oxide; used as a pigment
ocher
a moderate yellow-orange to orange color
ocher
{s} of an earthy-yellow color
ocher
{i} yellowish iron ore used as pigment in dyes and paints; medium yellow color with a brownish tint (also ochre)
yellow ochre
yellow ocher: pigment consisting of a limonite mixed with clay and silica
ochre

    الواصلة

    o·chre

    التركية النطق

    ōkır

    النطق

    /ˈōkər/ /ˈoʊkɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (noun.) 14th century. From Old French ocre and its source Latin ōchra, from Ancient Greek ὤχρα (ōkhra, “pale yellow”).

    الازمنة

    ochring, ochred

    كلمة اليوم

    truckle
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