noun see ocher

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Ochre — О:кр Полное имя Кристофер Скотт Лири Дата рождения 1979 год(1979) Место рождения Манчестер …   Википедия

  • ochre — ochre; ochre·ish; ochre·ous; …   English syllables

  • Ochre — O chre, n. (Min.) See {Ocher}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ochre — (n.) type of clayey soil (much used in pigments), late 14c., from O.Fr. ocre (c.1300), from L.L. ochra, from Gk. ochra, from ochros pale yellow, of unknown origin. As a color name, brownish yellow, it is attested from mid 15c. Related: Ochreous …   Etymology dictionary

  • ochre — (US also ocher) ► NOUN ▪ an earthy pigment containing ferric oxide, varying from light yellow to brown or red. DERIVATIVES ochreous adjective ochrous adjective. ORIGIN Greek khra …   English terms dictionary

  • ochre — [ō′kər] n., vt. ochred, ochring alt. sp. of OCHER ochreous [ō′kər əs, ō′krē əs] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Ochre — This article is about a color and its pigment. For other uses, see Ochre (disambiguation). Red ocher redirects here. For the indigenous people of North America, see Red Ocher people. Ochre Color coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • ochre — [[t]o͟ʊkə(r)[/t]] also ocher 1) COLOUR Something that is ochre is a yellowish orange colour. For our dining room I have chosen ochre yellow walls. 2) N UNCOUNT Ochre is coloured earth, usually red or yellow, that is used to make dyes and paints …   English dictionary

  • ochre — /ˈoʊkə / (say ohkuh) noun 1. any of a class of natural earths, mixtures of hydrated oxide of iron with various earthy materials, ranging in colour from pale yellow to orange and red, and used as pigments. 2. the colour of this, ranging from pale… …   Australian English dictionary

  • ochre — 1. noun /ˈəʊkə,ˈoʊkɚ/ a) An earth pigment containing silica, aluminum and ferric oxide b) A somewhat yellowish orange colour 2. adjective /ˈəʊkə,ˈoʊkɚ/ …   Wiktionary

  • ochre — o|chre BrE ocher AmE [ˈəukə US ˈoukər] n [U] [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: ocre, from Latin ochra, from Greek ochros yellow, pale ] 1.) a type of reddish yellow earth used in paints 2.) the reddish yellow colour of ochre >ochre …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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