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[edit] White

Main article: White White is a balanced combination of all the colors of the visible light spectrum, or of a pair of complementary colors, or of three or more colors, such as additive primary colors. It is a neutral or achromatic (without color) color, like black and gray.
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Shades of white
Anti-flash white Beige Cosmic latte Splashed white Cream Eggshell Ghost white Isabelline Ivory Magnolia Old lace

Pearl

Seashell

Vanilla

White

The samples shown above are only indicative.

[edit] Pink
Main article: Pink Pink is a tint of red, created by adding some white.
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Shades of pink
Amaranth Amaranth pink Brink pink Deep carmine pink Carmine pink Carnation pink Cerise Cerise pink Cherry blossom pink Coral pink Dark pink

Deep pink Fandango French rose Light thulian pink

Fuchsia

Fuchsia pink

Hollywood cerise

Hot magenta

Hot pink

Lavender pink

Light pink

Magenta Salmon pink

Mountbatten Nadeshiko pink pink Shocking pink

Persian pink Thulian pink

Persian rose

Pink Variations of pink

Puce

Rose

Rose pink

Ruby

Tea rose

Ultra pink

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[edit] Red

Main article: Red Red is any of a number of similar colors evoked by light, consisting predominantly of the longest wavelengths discernible by the human eye, in the wavelength range of roughly 625 750 nm. It is considered one of the additive primary colors.
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Shades of red
Alizarin crimson Amaranth American Rose Auburn Burgundy Burnt sienna Candy apple red Cardinal Carmine Fire engine red Carnelian

Cerise

Chestnut

Coquelicot Coral red

Crimson

Dark pink

Falu red

Fire brick Mauve taupe Rose madder

Flame

Fuchsia

Garnet

Lava

Lust

Magenta

Maroon

Mauve

Orange-red Persian red Rosso corsa Venetian red

Persimmon

Pink

Raspberry

Red

Red-violet

Redwood

Rose

Rosewood

Ruby Vermilion

Rufous Wine

Rust

Sangria

Scarlet

Sinopia

Terra cotta Tuscan red Upsdell red

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[edit] Orange
Main article: Orange (colour) Orange is the color in the visible spectrum between red and yellow with a wavelength around 585 620 nm. In the HSV color space, it has a hue of around 30.
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Shades of orange
Amber Deep carrot orange Apricot Atomic tangerine Bittersweet Brown Burnt orange Carrot orange Champagne Coral Dark salmon

ECE/SAE Amber Orange peel

Flame Papaya whip

Gamboge

Gold Peachorange

Gold International (metallic) orange Mahogany Peachyellow Persian orange

Orange Pinkorange

Orange (web) Portland Orange

Orange-red

Peach

Persimmon

Princeton orange Tomato

Pumpkin Vermilion

Rust

Safety orange

Salmon

Sunset

Tangelo

Tangerine

Tea rose

Tenn

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[edit] Brown
Main article: Brown Brown colors are dark shades of reds, oranges, and yellows on the RGB and CMYK color schemes. Browns are also created by mixing two complementary colors from the RYB color scheme, creating the following tones.
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Shades of brown
Auburn Beige Bistre Bole Bronze Brown Buff Burgundy Burnt sienna Earth yellow Ochre Burnt umber

Camel Fallow

Chamoisee Fawn

Chestnut Fulvous

Chocolate Isabelline

Citrine Khaki Sandy brown Wheat

Copper Liver

Cordovan Desert sand Mahogany Maroon

Ecru Raw umber

Redwood Taupe

Rufous Tawny

Russet Umber

Rust Wenge

Seal brown

Sepia

Sienna

Sinopia

Tan

The samples shown above are only indicative.

[edit] Yellow
Main article: Yellow Yellow is the color of light with wavelengths predominately in the range of roughly 570 580 nm. In the HSV color space, it has a hue of around 60. It is considered one of the subtractive primary colors.
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Shades of yellow

Amber

Apricot Dark goldenrod Golden yellow

Arylide yellow

Aureolin

Beige

Blond

Buff

Chartreuse yellow

Chrome yellow

Citrine

Cream Golden poppy Lemon chiffon

Ecru Greenyellow

Flavescent Hansa yellow Mikado yellow

Flax

Fulvous

Gamboge

Gold

Gold (metallic) Goldenrod

Icterine

Isabelline Naples yellow

Jasmine Navajo white Stil de grain yellow

Jonquil

Khaki

Lemon

Lime

Maize

Mustard

Old gold

Olive

Pale gold

Papaya whip Urobilin

Peachyellow Vanilla

Pear Vegas gold

Saffron Yellow

School bus Selective yellow yellow

Sunglow

Tangerine yellow

Titanium yellow

The samples shown above are only indicative.

[edit] Gray
Main article: Gray Achromatic grays are colors between black and white with no hue. Chromatic grays are achromatic grays mixed with warm hues such as orange {warm grays) or cool hues such as azure {cool grays). This gray color template includes both achromatic and chromatic grays.
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Shades of gray
Gray Davy's gray Arsenic Ash gray Battleship gray Bistre Black Payne's gray Rose quartz Cadet gray Charcoal Cinereous Cool gray

Feldgrau Purple taupe

Glaucous Medium taupe

Isabelline

Liver

Platinum Seal brown

Silver

Slate gray

Taupe

Taupe gray Pale taupe

White

Xanadu

The samples shown above are only indicative.

[edit] Green
Main article: Green Green is a color, the perception of which is evoked by light, having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 520570 nm. It is considered one of the additive primary colors.

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Shades of green
Army green Electric green Hunter green Moss green Persian green Spring green Asparagus Bright green British racing green Forest green Cal Poly Pomona Camouflage green green Celadon Grayasparagus Jungle green Office green Greenyellow Chartreuse Clover Dartmouth green Hooker's green Mint cream

Emerald

Fern green Islamic green

Green

Harlequin Honeydew Midnight green

India green MSU Green Phthalo green

Jade

Kelly green

Lime

Lime green

Myrtle Pigment green

Neon green

Olive

Olive drab

Pakistan green Paris Green

Pear

Sacramento Pine green Rifle green State green Sap green UP Forest green Yellowgreen Variations of green

Sea green

Shamrock green Spring bud

Tea green

Teal

Viridian

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[edit] Cyan
Main article: Cyan Cyan is any of the colors in the blue-green range of the visible spectrum, i.e., between approximately 520 and 420 nm. It is considered one of the subtractive primary colors.
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Shades of cyan
Alice blue Robin egg blue Aqua Aquamarine Baby blue Bondi blue Cerulean Cyan Electric blue Midnight green Pine green

Teal

Turquoise

Verdigris

Viridian

The samples shown above are only indicative.

[edit] Blue
Main article: Blue

Blue is a color, the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 440490 nm. It is considered one of the additive primary colors.
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Shades of blue
Air Force blue Alice blue Azure Baby blue Bleu de France Blue Bondi blue Brandeis Cambridge blue Blue Deep sky blue Carolina blue

Ceil

Cerulean Cobalt blue Egyptian blue Electric blue

Columbia Cornflower blue blue Federal blue Midnight blue

Cyan

Dark blue

Denim

Dodger blue International Klein Blue

Duke blue

Eton blue

Glaucous

Han blue

Iceberg

Indigo

Iris Phthalo blue

Light blue Powder blue

Majorelle Blue Maya blue Prussian blue UCLA Blue

Navy blue

Non-photo Palatinate blue blue Periwinkle Persian blue Tiffany Blue

Royal blue

Sapphire

Sky blue

Steel blue

Teal

True Blue

Tufts Blue Turquoise

Ultramarine Yale Blue


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[edit] Violet Main articles: Violet (color) and Purple


Violet is any of the colors the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 380450 nm. Tones of violet tending towards the blue are called indigo. Purple colors are colors that are various blends of violet light or blue light and red light.

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Shades of violet
Amethyst Byzantium Lavender (floral) Cerise Lavender blush Eggplant Fandango Fuchsia Han purple Heliotrope Indigo Iris Persian blue

Lavender

Lilac

Magenta

Mauve

Orchid Tyrian purple

Palatinate purple Periwinkle

Purple

Red-violet

Regalia

Rose

Sangria

Thistle

Violet

Wisteria

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Web colors
black gray silver white maroon red purple fuchsia green lime olive yellow navy blue teal aqua