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A notable port city in central Vietnam

Hue is the capital of Vietnam's North Central Coast economic region.

A Vietnamese province named after its above capital
A color, or shade of color, blee; tint; dye

A great chocolate-coloured pall lowered over heaven, but the wind was continually charging and routing these embattled vapours; so that as the cab crawled from street to street, Mr. Utterson beheld a marvelous number of degrees and hues of twilight; for here it would be dark like the back-end of evening; and there would be a glow of a rich, lurid brown, like the light of some strange conflagration; and here, for a moment, the fog would be quite broken up, and a haggard shaft of daylight would glance in between the swirling wreaths.

A character; aspect, blee
A shout or cry
The characteristic related to the light frequency that appears in the color, for instance red, yellow, green, cyan, blue or magenta

In digital arts, HSV color uses hue together with saturation and value.

{n} a color, die, clamor, great noise, pursuit
the quality of a color as determined by its dominant wavelength take on color or become colored; "In highlights it hued to a dull silver-grey
The color tint of an image Three factors determine the color of the analog video signal: hue, saturation, and luminance
The actual color of an object Hue is measured as a location on a color wheel, expressed in degrees Hue is also understood as the names of specific colors, like blue, red, yellow, etc
The name of the color
One of the three basic parameters (hue, intensity, and saturation) which may be used to describe the physical perception of the light that reaches one's eye Hue, which is also termed tint, or simply color, refers to the dominant wavelength of the coloration, at a given location in an image or scene The term also may be used to describe a multimodal color spectrum---e g , one speaks of a purple hue Different spectral distributions of light, of identical intensity and saturation, are capable of producing identical retinal responses; these unique responses comprise the set of perceptible hues Color matching tests have established that there are three basic types of human retinal receptors, whose peak responses are to red, green, and blue light These are the three primary hues used in additive color mixing---e g , in digital image display They may be used to produce all, or virtually all, of the perceptible hues See also chromaticity, RGB
{i} tint, any of the gradations of color; particular shade of a color; color; outcry, shouting
Character; aspect
take on color or become colored; "In highlights it hued to a dull silver-grey"
(n ) The designation of a color in the spectrum, such as cyan, blue, or magenta
If people raise a hue and cry about something, they protest angrily about it. Just as the show ended, he heard a huge hue and cry outside. City (pop., 1992 est.: 219,149), central Vietnam. The seat of the Chinese military authority in the kingdom of Nam Viet 200 BC, it passed to the Chams AD 200. In 1306 it was ceded to Dai Viet (Vietnam). It is the site of the imperial citadel, from which the Nguyen family reigned from the mid-16th to the mid-20th century. It was occupied by the Japanese (1940-45). It became the seat of a committee of noncommunist Vietnamese in April 1947 but lost this role in 1949, when the newly declared state of Vietnam chose Saigon (see Ho Chi Minh City) as its capital. Hue was largely destroyed during the 1968 Tet Offensive of the Vietnam War; it has since been rebuilt
(n) The dominant spectral wavelength of a perceived color Hue and color are often confused because the name given to the hue is often synonymous with the name of the color
The attribute of a colour that differentiates it from grey of the same brilliance and that allows it to be classed as blue, green, red or intermediate shades of these colours
Position of a color along the color spectrum For example, purple is between red and blue Luminance and saturation also affect the appearance of a color
The tint of a color as measured by the wavelength of light Hue is also represented by a position on the color wheel
This is what we usually mean when we ask "what color is that?" The property of color that we are actually asking about is "hue" For example, when we talk about colors that are red, yellow, green, and blue, we are talking about hue Different hues are caused by different wavelengths of light Therefore, this aspect of color is usually easy to recognize Click for a more in-depth explanation of HUE
suffuse with color
A hue is a colour. The same hue will look different in different light. = shade
A numerical depiction of a color which is part of a color wheel
The main attribute of a color which distinguishes it from other colors Practically speaking the hue is the color
A predominant shade in a composition of primary colors; a primary color modified by combination with others
Designates the common name of a color and indicates its position in the spectrum or on the color wheel Hue is determined by the specific wavelength of a color
the quality of a color as determined by its dominant wavelength
a component of IHS (intensity, hue, saturation) which is representative of the color or dominant wavelength of the pixel It varies from 0 to 360 Blue = 0 (and 360), magenta = 60, red = 120, yellow = 180, green = 240, and cyan = 300
Hue is the name of a distinct color of the spectrum -- red, green, yellow, orange, blue, and so on It is the particular wavelength frequency and is what is commonly called "color "
The attribute of a visual sensation according to which an area appears to be similar to one of the perceived colors red, yellow, green and blue, or a combination of two of them Obviously there are more colors in the world than simply red, green, yellow and blue Hue is used to describe how a color is related to the primary colors it is made up of
The name of the color that places it in the correct position in the spectrum For example, if a color is described as blue, it is distinguished from yellow, green and other colors
The characteristic related to the light frequency that appears in the color; It can be, from lower to higher wave frequencies, respectively: red, yellow, green, Cyan or blue. In digital arts, in HSV color, its used together with saturation and value
A shouting or vociferation
Color or shade of color; tint; dye
Used to describe the entire range of colours of the spectrum; the component that determines just what colour is being used
Attribute of color that determines whether it is red, yellow, green, blue, or other color It is most strongly related to wavelength of light
A characteristic of color that denotes a color in relation to red, yellow, blue, etc; one of the three variables of color Each color chart in the Munsell Color Book (Munsell Color 1975) consists of a specific hue
(1) Attribute of a color by means of which a color is perceived to be red, yellow, green, blue, purple, etc White, black and grays possess no hue (2) The name of a color of a finish, as viewed subjectively
The aspect of colour that is determined by the wavelengths of light and and changes with the wavelength Munsell hue notations indicate the visual relationship of a colour to red, yellow, green, blue or purple, or in an intermediate of these hues
the main attribute of a colour that distinguishes it from other colours
The wavelength of light of a pure color that gives a color its name--such as red or blue--independent of its saturation or brightness
The main attribute of a color that distinguishes it from other colors
hue and cry
The public pursuit of a felon; accompanied by shouts to warn others to give chase
hue and cry
A loud and persistent public clamour; especially one of protest or making some demand
Hue Saturation Intensity
method of displaying colors according to their hue saturation and intensity, HSI color display
hue and cry
angry protests about something, usually from a group of people (hue from , from huer )
hue and cry
public outcry, public protest; loud clamor, shouting and yelling
hue and cry
loud and persistent outcry from many people; "he ignored the clamor of the crowd"
coloured, having the hue

Ruby is a red hued gem stone.

{s} colored, having a hue
Having color; usually in composition; as, bright-hued; many- hued
colored, having the hue
plural of hue
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    /ˈhyo͞o/ /ˈhjuː/


    [ 'hyü ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English hewe, from Old English hīew, hiw 'form, appearance, color', from Proto-Germanic *xewjan (cf. Swedish hy 'skin, complexion'), from Proto-Indo-European *k̑i̯eh₁- 'dark shade' (cf. Ir céo 'fog', Tocharian B kwele 'black, dark gray', Lithuanian šývas 'light gray', Albanian thinjë 'gray', Sanskrit śyāvá 'brown').

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