List of Colors starting with Y
    The popular colors that start with the letter Y are Yale Blue and Yellow
    List of colors A - Z

    YEZO, or Ezo, the most northerly of the five principal islands forming the Japanese empire, the five being Yezo, Nippon, Shikoku, Kiushiu and Formosa. It is situated between 450 30' and 41° 21' N. and between 146° 7' and 139° II' E.; its coast-line measures 1423.32 m., and it has an area of 30,148.41 sq. m. On the N. it is separated from Sakhalin by Soya Strait (La Perouse) and on the S. from Nippon by Tsugaru Strait. Its northern shores are washed by the Sea of Okhotsk, its southern and eastern by the Pacific Ocean, and its western by the Sea of Japan. Orography.—The highest mountain in the island is Ishikaridake (6955 ft.) and the next in importance is Tokachi-dake (6541 ft.). Yubari-take in Ishikari has a height of 65o8 ft., and in the province of Kushiro are 0-akan-dake (447o ft.) and Meakan-take (4500 ft.). Dr Rein's investigations led him to state that Tokachi-dake forms a species of central elevation whence most of the principal rivers flow towards the sea, and that the mountain system is a continuation, on the WV., of the Sakhalin range, and on the E. of the Kuriles range; the former consisting of granite and old schists, the latter chiefly of volcanic formations. Near Hakodate are two conspicuous volcanic peaks, Komaga-take (3822 ft.) and Tokatsu-dake (3800 ft.) ; and 24 M. from Kushiro (by rail) is a volcano called Atosa-nobori, or Iwo-zan (sulphur mountain), whence great quantities of first-rate sulphur are exported to the United States. Mention must also be made of Rishiri, an islet on the extreme N.W. of Yezo, which has a peak of the same name rising to a height of nearly 6000 ft. Rivers.—Yezo boasts the largest river in the Japanese empire, the Ishikari-gawa, which is estimated to measure 275 M. Its other large rivers are the Teshio-gawa (192 M.), the Tokachi-gawa (120 M.), the Shiribeshi-gawa (88 m.), the Kushiro-gawa (81 m.), the Toshibetsu-gawa (64 m.), and the Yubetsu-gawa (64 m.). The valley of the Ishikari is believed to be the most fertile part of the island; the Tokachi is navigable to a point 56 m. from its mouth, but the Teshio has a bar which renders its approach extremely difficult. A peculiarity of several of the rivers is that, on approaching the sea-shore, they run parallel to it for some distance before finding an exit. Those flowing to the S. coast take a W. direction, those flowing to the E. coast a N. direction. This is attributed to the fact that the prevailing winds set up the sand so as to deflect the rivers from their straight course. Nearly all these rivers abound with salmon, the most remarkable in that respect being the Nishibetsu-gawa, which yields an average of over 2000 tons of fish annually. Lakes.—There are no large lakes, the most extensive—Toyako, Shikotsuko and Kushiroko—not having a circumference of more than 25 m. Lagoons, however, are not uncommon. The largest of these—Saruma-ko in Kitami—is some 17 M. long by 7 wide. It abounds with oysters nearly as large as those for which the much smaller lagoon at Akkeshi is famous, the molluscs measuring about 18 in. in length. Climate.—The climate differs markedly from that of the main island of Japan, resembling rather the climate of the British Isles, though the winter is longer and more severe, and the atmosphere in the warm season contains a greater quantity of moisture. During five months the country is under snow, its depth averaging about 2 ft. in the regions along the southern coast and more than 6 ft. in the northern and western regions. An ice-drift, setting from the north and working southwards as far as Nemuro, stops all sea trade on the E. coast during January, February and March, though the W. coast is protected by the warm current of the Kuro-shiwo. Fogs prevail along the E. coast during the summer months, and it is not uncommon to find a damp, chilly atmosphere near the sea in July, whereas, a mile inland, the thermometer stands at 8o° or 9o° F. in the shade, and magnolia trees are in full blossom. Zoology.—Tsugaru Strait has been shown by Captain T. W. Blakiston, R.A., to form a line of zoological division. Pheasants and monkeys are not found on the Yezo side of this line, though they abound on Nippon, and, on the other hand, Yezo has grouse and solitary snipe which do not exist in Nippon. The Yezo bear, too, i* of a distinct species, and the island has an abundance of singing birds which are absent S. of the strait. There are also notable differences in the flora, the trees and flowers of Yezo resembling those of the British Isles rather than those of Japan. Population.—The island seems to have been originally peopled by a semi-barbarous race of pit-dwellers, whose modern representatives are to be found in the Kuriles or their neighbours of Kamchatka and Sakhalin. These autochthons were drivenout by the Ainu, and the latter, in their turn, succumbed to the Japanese. The population of Yezo is 605,742, of whom 17,573 are Ainu. There is a steadily growing but not large emigration from Japan proper to Yezo. Yezo is divided into ten provinces, the names of which, beginning from the S., are Oshima, Shiribeshi, Ishikari, Teshio, Kitami, Iburi, Hidaka, Tokachi, Kushiro and Nemuro. Of these, Oshima, Shiribeshi and Ishikari are by far the most important. There are only three towns having a population of over 20,000, viz. Hakodate (50,314), Sapporo (46,147) and Otaru (34,586). Other towns of importance are Fukuyama (formerly called Matsumae), the seat of government in feudal days, Esashi, Mombetsu, Oiwake, Tomakomai, Piratori (the chief Ainu settlement), Mororan, Kushiro, Akkeshi, Nemuro, Horobetsu, Yunokawa, Abashiri and Mashike. Yunokawa, 4 m. from Hakodate, is much frequented for its hot springs; Oiwake is the junction of the main line of railway with the branch to the Yubari collieries; Kushiro exports coal and sulphur; Akkeshi is celebrated for its oysters. Industries and Products.—Marine products constitute the principal wealth of Yezo. Great quantities of salmon, sardines and codfish are taken. The salmon are salted for export to Nippon and other parts of Japan; the sardines are used as an agricultural fertilizer, their value varying from f2 to £5 per ton; and the cod-fish serve for the manufacture of oil. An immense crop of edible seaweed is also gathered and sent to Chinese markets as well as to Japanese. This kombu, as it is called, sometimes reaches a length of 90 ft. and a width of 6 in. The herring fishery, too, is a source of wealth, and the canning of Akkeshi oysters as well as of salmon gives employment to many hands. Vast tracts are covered with a luxuriant growth of ash, oak, elm, birch, chestnut and pine, but, owing to difficulties of carriage, this supply of timber has not yet been much utilized. One of the earliest acts of the Meiji government was to develop the resources of Yezo and encourage Japanese to emigrate thither. Free grants of agricultural land were made, roads were constructed, model farms established, beet-sugar factories and sawmills opened, horse-breeding undertaken, foreign fruit trees planted and railways laid. The outlays incurred did not immediately bear fruit, but they attracted large numbers of settlers. During recent years attention has been attracted to the mineral resources of Yezo. Coal of fair quality is abundant, and a railway has been built for its carriage; an apparently inexhaustible supply of sulphur is obtained from a mountain near Kushiro lake; petroleum seems likely to pay exploiters, and in 1899 gold was discovered at Usotannai, Pankanai and other places along the Poropetsu river, near Esashi in Kitami province. Communications.—The roads are few and in bad order, but there is a railway which, setting out from Hakodate in the extreme S., runs, via Sapporo and Iwamizawa, to the extreme N., with branches from Iwamizawa, S. to Mororan and E. to Poronai, and from Oiwake N.E to the Yubari coal-mines. There is also a line W. along the S. coast from Nemuro. In districts beyond the railway, travelling is done on horseback, there being an abundant supply of ponies. There is good coastwise communication by steamer. History.—Yezo was not brought under Japan's effective control until medieval times. In 1604 the island was granted in fief to Matsumae Yoshihiro, whose ancestor had overrun it, and from the close of the 18th century the E. was governed by officials sent by the shogun, whose attention had been attracted to it by Russian trespassers. In 1871 the task of developing its resources and administering its affairs was entrusted to a special bureau, which employed American agriculturists to assist the work and American engineers to construct roads and rail-ways; but in 1881 this bureau was abolished, and the government abandoned to private hands the various enterprises it had inaugurated.
The largest, and one of the finest in the world, is that of Marshall Field. The first tunnel was completed in 1867. The capacity of the tunnels was estimated in 1900 by two very competent authorities at 528 and 615 million gallons daily, respectively. The average daily supply in 1909 was 475,000,000 gallons; there were then 16.6 m. of tunnels below the lake. The wastes of the city—street washings, building sewage, the offal of slaughter-houses, and wastes of distilleries and rendering houses—were originally turned into the lake, but before 187o it was discovered that the range of impurity extended already a mile into the lake, half-way to the water " crib," and it became evident that the lake could not be indefinitely contaminated. The Illinois and Michigan Canal, for which the right of way was granted in 1821 and which was built in 1836–1841 and 184 1848, and opened in 1848 (cost, $6,557,681) ,was once thought to have solved the difficulty; it is connected with the main (southern) branch of the Chicago river, 5 m. from its mouth, with the Illinois river at La Salle, the head of steamer navigation on the Illinois river, and is the natural successor in the evolution of transportation of the old Chicago portage, z m. in length, between the Chicago river and the headwaters of the Kankakee; it was so deepened as to draw water out from the lake, whose waters thus flowed toward the Gulf of Mexico. It is about 96 m. long, 40-42 ft. wide, and 4-7 ft. deep, but proved inadequate for the disposal of sewage. A solution of the problem was imperative by 1876, but almost all the wastes of the city continued nevertheless to be poured into the lake. In 1890 a sanitary district, including part of the city and certain suburban areas to be affected, was organized, and preparations made for building a greater canal that should do effectively the work it was once thought the old canal could do. The new drainage canal, one of the greatest sanitary works of the world, constructed between 1892 and 1900 under the control of the trustees of the Sanitary District of Chicago (cost up to 1901, $35,448,291), joins the south branch of the Chicago with the Desplaines river, and so with the Illinois and Mississippi, and is 28.5 M. long,' of which 15 M. were cut through rock; it is 22 ft. deep and has a minimum width of 164 ft. The canal, or sewer, is flushed with water from Lake Michigan, and its waters are pure within a flow of 150 m.4 Its capacity, which was not at first fully utilized, is 600,000 cub. ft. per minute, sufficient entirely to renew the water of the Chicago river daily. A system of intercepting sewers to withdraw drainage into the lake was begun in 1898; and the construction of a canal to drain the Calumet region was begun in 1910. The Illinois and Michigan canal is used by small craft, and the new drainage canal also may be used for shipping in view of the Federal government's improvements of the rivers connecting it with the Mississippi for the construction of a ship-canal for large vessels. The canal also made possible the development (begun in 1903) of enormous Total excavation, 42,397,904 cub. yds. ; of solid rock, 12,265,000. 4 It has been conclusively proved that the Illinois is purer than the Mississippi at their junction. The undiluted sewage of the old canal drove the fish from the river, but they have come back since the opening of the new canal. hydraulic power for the use of the city. The Illinois and Michigan Canal has been supplemented by the Illinois and Mississippi Canal, commonly known as " the Hennepin," from its starting at the great bend of the Illinois river 1'-h m. above Hennepin, not far below La Salle; the first appropriation for it was made in 189o, and work was begun in 1892 and completed in October 1907. Its course from Hennepin is by the Bureau Creek valley to the mouth of Queen river on the Rock river, thence by the Rock river and a canal around its rapids at Milan to its mouth at Rock Island on the Mississippi river. This barge canal is 8o ft. wide at water-line, 52 ft. wide at the bottom, and 7 ft. deep. Its main feeder is the Rock river, dammed by a dam nearly 15oo ft. long between Sterling and Rock Falls, Illinois, where the opening of the canal was celebrated on the 24th of October 1907. Beginning with 1892 steam railways began the elevation (or depression) of their main tracks, of which there were in 1904 some 838 m. within the city. Another great improvement was begun in 1901 by a private telephone company. This is an elaborate system of freight subways, more than 65 m. of which, underlying the entire business district,had been constructed before 1909. It is the only subway system in the world that seeks to clear the streets by the lessening of trucking, in place of devoting itself to the transportation of passengers. Direct connexion is made with the freight stations of all railways and the basements of important business buildings, and coal, building materials, ashes and garbage, railway luggage, heavy mail and other kinds of heavy freight are expeditiously removed and delivered. Telegraph and telephone wires are carried through the tunnel, and can be readily repaired. The last years of the l9th century showed, however, an inevitable loss to Chicago in the growth of Duluth, Kansas City and other rivals in strategic situations. In particular, the struggle of the North and South railway lines in the Mississippi Valley to divert to ports on the Gulf of Mexico grain and other freight caused great losses to Chicago. An enormous increase in the cereal trade of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Newport News and Norfolk was partly due to the traffic eastward over lines S. of Chicago. The traffic of the routes through Duluth and Canada does not, indeed, represent in the main actual losses, for the traffic is largely a new growth; but there has been nevertheless a considerable drain to these routes from American territory once tributary to Chicago. Altogether the competition of the Gulf roads and the lines running S.W. from Duluth had largely excluded Chicago by 1899 (according to her Board of Trade) from the grain trade W. of the Missouri river, and in conjunction with southerly E. and W. routes had made serious inroads upon trade E. of that river. Its facilities for receiving and distributing remain neverthel8ss unequalled, and it still practically monopolizes the traffic between the northern Atlantic seaboard and the West. New York alone, among American cities, has a greater trade. Chicago is the greatest railway centre, the greatest grain market, the greatest live-stock market and meat-packing centre, and the greatest lumber. market of the world. The clearings of her 'associated banks amounted to $13,781,843,61 2 in the year 1909. The wholesale trade was estimated in 1875 at $293,900,000 and in 1905 at $1,781,000,000. The average annual grain receipts (including flour in wheat equivalent) in the five years 1900-1904 amounted to 265,500,000 bu. (12,902,310 in 1854; 72,369,194 in 1875), and the shipments to 209,862,966 bu. The first shipment of wheat was of 78 bu. in 1838. The grain elevators are among the sights of Chicago. They are enormous storehouses into which the grain is elevated from ships and cars, sorted into grades and reloaded for shipment; all the work is done by machinery. Their 1904 was 65,140,000 bu .2 In the same quinquennial period, 1900-1904, the average yearly receipts of lumber aggregated 1,807,066,000 ft.,3 and of shingles, 410,711 thousand; of cattle, 3,078,734; of hogs, 8,334,904; of sheep, 3,338,291; of butter, 239,696,921 lb; the exports of hides, 167,442,077 lb; of dressed beef, 1,126,995,490 lb; of 2 In 1900-1904 the average freight rate per bushel of wheat to New York was $0.04998 by the all-water; '1•.1o554 by the all-rail route. In 1859 it cost $o.1575 to send a bushel of corn to Buffalo by water; in 1890, $0.019., It has been above 1,000,000,000 ft. since 187o, and has in some years risen to 2,000,000,000. lard, 410,688,319 lb; of pork, 191,371 bbl.; of other hog products, 690,503,394 lb. The combined tonnage in and out averaged 14,135,406 tons.' There is a large direct trade with Europe, mainly in goods that come in bond by rail from Atlantic ports. In 1907 the value of Chicago's imports was $27,058,662, and of its exports, $5,643,3oz. The value of manufactures (from establishments under the " factory system ") in 1900 was $797,879,141, 71'2% of all those of Illinois, and in 1905 was $955,036,277, 67.7% of all those of the state; in both these years Chicago was second only to New York City.
    List of colors A - Z

     Abbey Stone


     Absolute Zero




     Acid Green



     Adobe Rose

     Adriatic Blue

     Aegean Blue


     Aero Blue

     African Violet


     Agate Gray

     Agate Green

     Air Force Blue (RAF)

     Air Force Blue (USAF)

     Air Superiority Blue

     Alabama Crimson


     Alaskan Blue



     Alice Blue

     Alien Armpit

     Alizarin Crimson

     Alloy Orange




     Aloe Wash

     Alpine Green



     Amaranth Deep Purple

     Amaranth Pink

     Amaranth Purple

     Amaranth Red




     Amber Yellow


     American Rose


     Amparo Blue


     Android Green

     Angel Blue

     Angel Falls

     Angel Wing




     Anti-Flash White

     Antique Brass

     Antique Bronze

     Antique Fuchsia

     Antique Gold

     Antique Green

     Antique Moss

     Antique Ruby

     Antique White




     Apple Butter

     Apple Cinnamon

     Apple Green








     Arcadian Green

     Arctic Ice

     Arctic Lime


     Argyle Purple

     Army Green





     Artisan's Gold

     Aruba Blue

     Arylide Yellow


     Ash Gray

     Ash Rose

     Ashley Blue


     Aspen Gold

     Aspen Green

     Aster Purple

     Atlantic Deep

     Atomic Tangerine






     Aurora Pink

     Aurora Red

     Autumn Blonde

     Autumn Glaze

     Autumn Glory

     Autumn Leaf

     Autumn Sunset



     Azalea Pink


     Aztec Gold


     Azure (Web)

     Azure Mist

     Azureish White

     Baby Blue

     Baby Blue Eyes

     Baby Pink

     Baby Powder

     Baker-Miller Pink

     Ball Blue

     Banana Mania

     Banana Yellow

     Bangladesh Green

     Barbie Pink

     Barn Red

     Battery Charged Blue

     Battleship Grey


     Beau Blue




     B'dazzled Blue

     Big Dip O’ruby

     Big Foot Feet



     Bistre Brown

     Bitter Lemon

     Bitter Lime


     Bittersweet Shimmer


     Black Bean

     Black Coral

     Black Leather Jacket

     Black Olive

     Black Shadows

     Blanched Almond

     Blast-Off Bronze

     Blaze Orange

     Bleu De France

     Blizzard Blue



     Blue (Crayola)

     Blue (Munsell)

     Blue (NCS)

     Blue (Pantone)

     Blue (Pigment)

     Blue (RYB)

     Blue Bell

     Blue Bolt



     Blue Jeans

     Blue Lagoon

     Blue-Magenta Violet

     Blue Sapphire


     Blue Yonder





     Bondi Blue


     Booger Buster

     Boston University Red

     Bottle Green


     Brandeis Blue


     Brick Red

     Bright Cerulean

     Bright Green

     Bright Lavender

     Bright Lilac

     Bright Maroon

     Bright Navy Blue

     Bright Pink

     Bright Turquoise

     Bright Ube

     Bright Yellow (Crayola)

     Brilliant Azure

     Brilliant Lavender

     Brilliant Rose

     Brink Pink

     British Racing Green


     Bronze Yellow

     Brown (Traditional)

     Brown (Web)


     Brown Sugar

     Brown Yellow

     Brunswick Green

     Bubble Gum


     Bud Green


     Bulgarian Rose



     Burnished Brown

     Burnt Orange

     Burnt Sienna

     Burnt Umber




     Cadet Blue

     Cadet Grey

     Cadmium Green

     Cadmium Orange

     Cadmium Red

     Cadmium Yellow

     Café Au Lait

     Café Noir

     Cal Poly Green

     Cambridge Blue


     Cameo Pink

     Camouflage Green


     Canary Yellow

     Candy Apple Red

     Candy Pink


     Caput Mortuum


     Caribbean Green


     Carmine (Web)

     Carmine Pink

     Carmine Red

     Carnation Pink


     Carolina Blue

     Carrot Orange

     Castleton Green

     Catalina Blue


     Cedar Chest



     Celadon Blue

     Celadon Green


     Celestial Blue


     Cerise Pink


     Cerulean Blue

     Cerulean Frost

     CG Blue

     CG Red



     Champagne Pink


     Charleston Green

     Charm Pink

     Chartreuse (Traditional)

     Chartreuse (Web)


     Cherry Blossom Pink


     China Pink

     China Rose

     Chinese Red

     Chinese Violet

     Chlorophyll Green

     Chocolate (Traditional)

     Chocolate (Web)

     Chrome Yellow




     Cinnamon Satin




     Classic Rose

     Cobalt Blue

     Cocoa Brown



     Columbia Blue

     Congo Pink

     Cool Black

     Cool Grey


     Copper (Crayola)

     Copper Penny

     Copper Red

     Copper Rose



     Coral Pink

     Coral Red

     Coral Reef



     Cornell Red

     Cornflower Blue


     Cosmic Cobalt

     Cosmic Latte

     Coyote Brown

     Cotton Candy



     Crimson Glory

     Crimson Red



     Cyan Azure

     Cyan-Blue Azure

     Cyan Cobalt Blue

     Cyan Cornflower Blue

     Cyan (Process)

     Cyber Grape

     Cyber Yellow




     Dark Blue

     Dark Blue-Gray

     Dark Brown

     Dark Brown-Tangelo

     Dark Byzantium

     Dark Candy Apple Red

     Dark Cerulean

     Dark Chestnut

     Dark Coral

     Dark Cyan

     Dark Electric Blue

     Dark Goldenrod

     Dark Gray (X11)

     Dark Green

     Dark Green (X11)

     Dark Gunmetal

     Dark Imperial Blue

     Dark Imperial Blue

     Dark Jungle Green

     Dark Khaki

     Dark Lava

     Dark Lavender

     Dark Liver

     Dark Liver (Horses)

     Dark Magenta

     Dark Medium Gray

     Dark Midnight Blue

     Dark Moss Green

     Dark Olive Green

     Dark Orange

     Dark Orchid

     Dark Pastel Blue

     Dark Pastel Green

     Dark Pastel Purple

     Dark Pastel Red

     Dark Pink

     Dark Powder Blue

     Dark Puce

     Dark Purple

     Dark Raspberry

     Dark Red

     Dark Salmon

     Dark Scarlet

     Dark Sea Green

     Dark Sienna

     Dark Sky Blue

     Dark Slate Blue

     Dark Slate Gray

     Dark Spring Green

     Dark Tan

     Dark Tangerine

     Dark Taupe

     Dark Terra Cotta

     Dark Turquoise

     Dark Vanilla

     Dark Violet

     Dark Yellow

     Dartmouth Green

     Davy's Grey

     Debian Red

     Deep Aquamarine

     Deep Carmine

     Deep Carmine Pink

     Deep Carrot Orange

     Deep Cerise

     Deep Champagne

     Deep Chestnut

     Deep Coffee

     Deep Fuchsia

     Deep Green

     Deep Green-Cyan Turquoise

     Deep Jungle Green

     Deep Koamaru

     Deep Lemon

     Deep Lilac

     Deep Magenta

     Deep Maroon

     Deep Mauve

     Deep Moss Green

     Deep Peach

     Deep Pink

     Deep Puce

     Deep Red

     Deep Ruby

     Deep Saffron

     Deep Sky Blue

     Deep Space Sparkle

     Deep Spring Bud

     Deep Taupe

     Deep Tuscan Red

     Deep Violet



     Denim Blue

     Desaturated Cyan


     Desert Sand



     Dim Gray

     Dingy Dungeon


     Dodger Blue

     Dogwood Rose

     Dollar Bill

     Dolphin Gray

     Donkey Brown


     Duke Blue

     Dust Storm

     Dutch White

     Eagle Green

     Earth Yellow



     Eerie Black



     Egyptian Blue

     Electric Blue

     Electric Crimson

     Electric Cyan

     Electric Green

     Electric Indigo

     Electric Lavender

     Electric Lime

     Electric Purple

     Electric Ultramarine

     Electric Violet

     Electric Yellow



     English Green

     English Lavender

     English Red

     English Vermillion

     English Violet

     Eton Blue



     Falu Red


     Fandango Pink

     Fashion Fuchsia




     Fern Green

     Ferrari Red

     Field Drab

     Fiery Rose


     Fire Engine Red


     Flamingo Pink





     Floral White

     Fluorescent Orange

     Fluorescent Pink

     Fluorescent Yellow


     Forest Green (Traditional)

     Forest Green (Web)

     French Beige

     French Bistre

     French Blue

     French Fuchsia

     French Lilac

     French Lime

     French Mauve

     French Pink

     French Plum

     French Puce

     French Raspberry

     French Rose

     French Sky Blue

     French Violet

     French Wine

     Fresh Air



     Fuchsia (Crayola)

     Fuchsia Pink

     Fuchsia Purple

     Fuchsia Rose


     Fuzzy Wuzzy



     Gamboge Orange (Brown)

     Gargoyle Gas

     Generic Viridian

     Ghost White

     Giant's Club

     Giants Orange




     Glossy Grape

     GO Green

     Gold (Metallic)

     Gold (Web)

     Gold Fusion

     Golden Brown

     Golden Gate Orange

     Golden Poppy

     Golden Yellow


     Granite Gray

     Granny Smith Apple



     Gray (Web)

     Gray (X11)



     Green (Color Wheel)

     Green (Crayola)

     Green (Web)

     Green (Munsell)

     Green (NCS)

     Green (Pantone)

     Green (Pigment)

     Green (RYB)



     Green Lizard

     Green Sheen




     Guppie Green


     Halayà Úbe

     Han Blue

     Han Purple

     Hansa Yellow


     Harlequin Green

     Harvard Crimson

     Harvest Gold


     Heart Gold


     Heat Wave

     Heidelberg Red


     Heliotrope Gray

     Heliotrope Magenta



     Hollywood Cerise



     Honolulu Blue

     Hooker's Green

     Hot Magenta

     Hot Pink

     Hunter Green



     Iguana Green

     Illuminating Emerald


     Imperial Blue

     Imperial Purple

     Imperial Red



     India Green

     Indian Red

     Indian Yellow


     Indigo Dye

     Indigo (Web)

     Infra Red

     Interdimensional Blue

     International Klein Blue

     International Orange (Aerospace)

     International Orange (Engineering)

     International Orange (Golden Gate)




     Islamic Green

     Italian Sky Blue



     Japanese Carmine

     Japanese Indigo

     Japanese Violet



     Jazzberry Jam

     Jelly Bean



     Jordy Blue

     June Bud

     Jungle Green

     Kelly Green

     Kenyan Copper


     Key Lime


     Khaki (Light)

     Khaki (Dark)





     Kombu Green

     KSU Purple

     KU Crimson

     La Salle Green

     Languid Lavender

     Lapis Lazuli

     Laser Lemon

     Laurel Green


     Lavender (Floral)

     Lavender (Web)

     Lavender Blue

     Lavender Blush

     Lavender Gray

     Lavender Indigo

     Lavender Magenta

     Lavender Mist

     Lavender Pink

     Lavender Purple

     Lavender Rose

     Lawn Green


     Lemon Chiffon

     Lemon Curry

     Lemon Glacier

     Lemon Lime

     Lemon Meringue

     Lemon Yellow



     Light Apricot

     Light Blue

     Light Brown

     Light Carmine Pink

     Light Cobalt Blue

     Light Coral

     Light Cornflower Blue

     Light Crimson

     Light Cyan

     Light Deep Pink

     Light French Beige

     Light Fuchsia Pink

     Light Goldenrod Yellow

     Light Gray

     Light Grayish Magenta

     Light Green

     Light Hot Pink

     Light Khaki

     Light Medium Orchid

     Light Moss Green

     Light Orchid

     Light Pastel Purple

     Light Pink

     Light Red Ochre

     Light Salmon

     Light Salmon Pink

     Light Sea Green

     Light Sky Blue

     Light Slate Gray

     Light Steel Blue

     Light Taupe

     Light Thulian Pink

     Light Yellow


     Lilac Luster

     Lime (Color Wheel)

     Lime (Web)

     Lime Green


     Lincoln Green



     Liseran Purple

     Little Boy Blue


     Liver (Dogs)

     Liver (Organ)

     Liver Chestnut




     Maastricht Blue

     Macaroni And Cheese

     Madder Lake


     Magenta (Crayola)

     Magenta (Dye)

     Magenta (Pantone)

     Magenta (Process)

     Magenta Haze


     Magic Mint

     Magic Potion




     Majorelle Blue




     Mango Tango


     Mardi Gras


     Maroon (Crayola)

     Maroon (Web)

     Maroon (X11)


     Mauve Taupe


     Maximum Blue

     Maximum Blue Green

     Maximum Blue Purple

     Maximum Green

     Maximum Green Yellow

     Maximum Purple

     Maximum Red

     Maximum Red Purple

     Maximum Yellow

     Maximum Yellow Red

     May Green

     Maya Blue

     Meat Brown

     Medium Aquamarine

     Medium Blue

     Medium Candy Apple Red

     Medium Carmine

     Medium Champagne

     Medium Electric Blue

     Medium Jungle Green

     Medium Lavender Magenta

     Medium Orchid

     Medium Persian Blue

     Medium Purple

     Medium Red-Violet

     Medium Ruby

     Medium Sea Green

     Medium Sky Blue

     Medium Slate Blue

     Medium Spring Bud

     Medium Spring Green

     Medium Taupe

     Medium Turquoise

     Medium Tuscan Red

     Medium Vermilion

     Medium Violet-Red

     Mellow Apricot

     Mellow Yellow


     Metallic Seaweed

     Metallic Sunburst

     Metal Pink

     Mexican Pink

     Middle Blue

     Middle Blue Green

     Middle Blue Purple

     Middle Red Purple

     Middle Green

     Middle Green Yellow

     Middle Purple

     Middle Red

     Middle Red Purple

     Middle Yellow

     Middle Yellow Red


     Midnight Blue

     Midnight Green (Eagle Green)

     Mikado Yellow

     Mimi Pink



     Minion Yellow


     Mint Cream

     Mint Green

     Misty Moss

     Misty Rose


     Mode Beige

     Moonstone Blue

     Mordant Red 19

     Moss Green

     Mountain Meadow

     Mountbatten Pink

     MSU Green

     Mughal Green


     Mummy's Tomb


     Myrtle Green


     Mystic Maroon


     Nadeshiko Pink

     Napier Green

     Naples Yellow

     Navajo White

     Navy Blue

     Navy Purple

     Neon Carrot

     Neon Fuchsia

     Neon Green

     New Car

     New York Pink


     Non-Photo Blue

     North Texas Green


     Ocean Blue

     Ocean Boat Blue

     Ocean Green


     Office Green

     Ogre Odor

     Old Burgundy

     Old Gold

     Old Heliotrope

     Old Lace

     Old Lavender

     Old Mauve

     Old Moss Green

     Old Rose

     Old Silver


     Olive Drab (Traditional)

     Olive Drab (Web)



     Opera Mauve

     Orange (Color Wheel)

     Orange (Crayola)

     Orange (Pantone)

     Orange (RYB)

     Orange (Web)

     Orange Peel


     Orange Soda



     Orchid Pink

     Orioles Orange

     Otter Brown

     Outer Space

     Outrageous Orange

     Oxford Blue

     OU Crimson Red

     Pacific Blue

     Pakistan Green

     Palatinate Blue

     Palatinate Purple

     Pale Aqua

     Pale Blue

     Pale Brown

     Pale Carmine

     Pale Cerulean

     Pale Chestnut

     Pale Copper

     Pale Cornflower Blue

     Pale Cyan

     Pale Gold

     Pale Goldenrod

     Pale Green

     Pale Lavender

     Pale Magenta

     Pale Magenta-Pink

     Pale Pink

     Pale Plum

     Pale Red-Violet

     Pale Robin Egg Blue

     Pale Silver

     Pale Spring Bud

     Pale Taupe

     Pale Turquoise

     Pale Violet

     Pale Violet-Red

     Palm Leaf

     Pansy Purple

     Paolo Veronese Green

     Papaya Whip

     Paradise Pink

     Paris Green

     Parrot Pink

     Pastel Blue

     Pastel Brown

     Pastel Gray

     Pastel Green

     Pastel Magenta

     Pastel Orange

     Pastel Pink

     Pastel Purple

     Pastel Red

     Pastel Violet

     Pastel Yellow


     Payne's Grey




     Peach Puff




     Pearl Aqua

     Pearly Purple



     Permanent Geranium Lake

     Persian Blue

     Persian Green

     Persian Indigo

     Persian Orange

     Persian Pink

     Persian Plum

     Persian Red

     Persian Rose



     Pewter Blue


     Phthalo Blue

     Phthalo Green

     Picton Blue

     Pictorial Carmine

     Piggy Pink

     Pine Green



     Pink (Pantone)

     Pink Flamingo

     Pink Lace

     Pink Lavender


     Pink Pearl

     Pink Raspberry

     Pink Sherbet


     Pixie Powder



     Plum (Web)

     Plump Purple

     Polished Pine

     Pomp And Power


     Portland Orange

     Powder Blue

     Princess Perfume

     Princeton Orange


     Prussian Blue

     Psychedelic Purple


     Puce Red

     Pullman Brown (UPS Brown)

     Pullman Green


     Purple (Web)

     Purple (Munsell)

     Purple (X11)

     Purple Heart

     Purple Mountain Majesty

     Purple Navy

     Purple Pizzazz

     Purple Plum

     Purple Taupe



     Queen Blue

     Queen Pink

     Quick Silver

     Quinacridone Magenta


     Radical Red

     Raisin Black



     Raspberry Glace

     Raspberry Pink

     Raspberry Rose

     Raw Sienna

     Raw Umber

     Razzle Dazzle Rose


     Razzmic Berry

     Rebecca Purple


     Red (Crayola)

     Red (Munsell)

     Red (NCS)

     Red (Pantone)

     Red (Pigment)

     Red (RYB)


     Red Devil



     Red Salsa




     Registration Black

     Resolution Blue


     Rich Black

     Rich Black (Web)

     Rich Brilliant Lavender

     Rich Carmine

     Rich Electric Blue

     Rich Lavender

     Rich Lilac

     Rich Maroon

     Rifle Green

     Roast Coffee

     Robin Egg Blue

     Rocket Metallic

     Roman Silver


     Rose Bonbon

     Rose Dust

     Rose Ebony

     Rose Gold

     Rose Madder

     Rose Pink

     Rose Quartz

     Rose Red

     Rose Taupe

     Rose Vale


     Rosso Corsa

     Rosy Brown

     Royal Azure

     Royal Blue

     Royal Blue

     Royal Fuchsia

     Royal Purple

     Royal Yellow


     Rubine Red


     Ruby Red


     Ruddy Brown

     Ruddy Pink



     Russian Green

     Russian Violet


     Rusty Red

     Sacramento State Green

     Saddle Brown

     Safety Orange

     Safety Orange (Blaze Orange)

     Safety Yellow



     St. Patrick's Blue


     Salmon Pink


     Sand Dune


     Sandy Brown

     Sandy Tan

     Sandy Taupe


     Sap Green


     Sapphire Blue

     Sasquatch Socks

     Satin Sheen Gold



     Schauss Pink

     School Bus Yellow

     Screamin' Green

     Sea Blue

     Sea Foam Green

     Sea Green

     Sea Serpent

     Seal Brown


     Selective Yellow



     Shadow Blue


     Shamrock Green

     Sheen Green

     Shimmering Blush

     Shiny Shamrock

     Shocking Pink

     Shocking Pink (Crayola)



     Silver Chalice

     Silver Lake Blue

     Silver Pink

     Silver Sand


     Sizzling Red

     Sizzling Sunrise


     Sky Blue

     Sky Magenta

     Slate Blue

     Slate Gray

     Smalt (Dark Powder Blue)

     Slimy Green

     Smashed Pumpkin



     Smokey Topaz

     Smoky Black

     Smoky Topaz



     Solid Pink

     Sonic Silver

     Spartan Crimson

     Space Cadet

     Spanish Bistre

     Spanish Blue

     Spanish Carmine

     Spanish Crimson

     Spanish Gray

     Spanish Green

     Spanish Orange

     Spanish Pink

     Spanish Red

     Spanish Sky Blue

     Spanish Violet

     Spanish Viridian

     Spicy Mix

     Spiro Disco Ball

     Spring Bud

     Spring Frost

     Spring Green

     Star Command Blue

     Steel Blue

     Steel Pink

     Steel Teal

     Stil De Grain Yellow





     Sugar Plum

     Sunburnt Cyclops





     Sunset Orange

     Super Pink

     Sweet Brown




     Tangerine Yellow

     Tango Pink

     Tart Orange


     Taupe Gray

     Tea Green

     Tea Rose

     Tea Rose


     Teal Blue

     Teal Deer

     Teal Green



     Terra Cotta


     Thulian Pink

     Tickle Me Pink

     Tiffany Blue

     Tiger's Eye


     Titanium Yellow




     Tractor Red

     Trolley Grey

     Tropical Rain Forest

     Tropical Violet

     True Blue

     Tufts Blue



     Turkish Rose


     Turquoise Blue

     Turquoise Green

     Turquoise Surf

     Turtle Green


     Tuscan Brown

     Tuscan Red

     Tuscan Tan


     Twilight Lavender

     Tyrian Purple

     UA Blue

     UA Red


     UCLA Blue

     UCLA Gold

     UFO Green


     Ultramarine Blue

     Ultra Pink

     Ultra Red


     Unbleached Silk

     United Nations Blue

     University Of California Gold

     Unmellow Yellow

     UP Forest Green

     UP Maroon

     Upsdell Red

     UPS Brown


     USAFA Blue

     USC Cardinal

     USC Gold

     University Of Tennessee Orange

     Utah Crimson

     Van Dyke Brown


     Vanilla Ice

     Vegas Gold

     Venetian Red





     Very Light Azure

     Very Light Blue

     Very Light Malachite Green

     Very Light Tangelo

     Very Pale Orange

     Very Pale Yellow


     Violet (Color Wheel)

     Violet (RYB)

     Violet (Web)




     Viridian Green

     Vista Blue

     Vivid Amber

     Vivid Auburn

     Vivid Burgundy

     Vivid Cerise

     Vivid Cerulean

     Vivid Crimson

     Vivid Gamboge

     Vivid Lime Green

     Vivid Malachite

     Vivid Mulberry

     Vivid Orange

     Vivid Orange Peel

     Vivid Orchid

     Vivid Raspberry

     Vivid Red

     Vivid Red-Tangelo

     Vivid Sky Blue

     Vivid Tangelo

     Vivid Tangerine

     Vivid Vermilion

     Vivid Violet

     Vivid Yellow


     Wageningen Green


     Warm Black



     Weldon Blue




     White Smoke

     Wild Blue Yonder

     Wild Orchid

     Wild Strawberry

     Wild Watermelon

     Willpower Orange

     Windsor Tan


     Wine Dregs

     Winter Sky

     Winter Wizard

     Wintergreen Dream


     Wood Brown


     Yale Blue

     Yankees Blue


     Yellow (Crayola)

     Yellow (Munsell)

     Yellow (NCS)

     Yellow (Pantone)

     Yellow (Process)

     Yellow (RYB)


     Yellow Orange

     Yellow Rose

     Yellow Sunshine


     Zinnwaldite Brown