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aene(o)us brassy or golden green in colour.
apple green a moderate or vivid yellow green to light or strong yellowish green.
aqua a light bluish green to light greenish blue.
bice green a moderate yellow green.
bottle green a dark to moderate or greyish green.
celadon a pale to very pale green.
chartreuse a strong to brilliant greenish yellow to moderate or strong yellow green.
chrome green a very dark yellowish green to moderate or strong green.
citron a greyish green yellow.
duck's-egg a dark greyish green
emerald a strong yellowish green.
glaseous of a pale greyish or bluish green
grass green a moderate yellow-green to strong or dark yellowish-green.
kelly green a strong yellowish green.
Kendal green the colour of a coarse green woolen fabric similar to tweed.
Lincoln green a fabric produced in Lincoln (a borough of eastern England north-east of Nottingham)
moss green a moderate yellow green to greyish or moderate olive or dark yellowish green.
Nile green a moderate yellow green to vivid light green.
olive (green) a green-yellow hue of low to medium lightness and low to moderate saturation.
oyster white a pale yellowish green to light grey.
pea green a moderate, strong, or brilliant yellow green.
pistachio green a moderate to light yellowish or yellow green.
reseda a greyish or dark green to yellow green or light olive.
rifle green a colour of a dark green uniform of British troops
robin's-egg blue a pale bluish green to greenish or greyish blue.
sage green greyish-green
sea green a medium green or bluish green.
spruce a greyish green to dark greenish black.
teal a moderate or dark bluish green to greenish blue.
turquoise a light to brilliant bluish green.
verdant (virid) bright green with or as if with vegetation
vert (heraldry) the colour green
viridity the green colour of vegetation or leaves.
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