a spruce, Picea pungens, of western North America, having bluish-green leaves, grown as an ornamental: the state tree of Colorado and Utah.
a spruce tree, Picea pungens glauca, native to the Rocky Mountains of North America, having blue-green needle-like leaves Also called balsam spruce
noun, Pathology. 1. a usually mild viral disease occurring in the Rocky Mountain regions of the United States, carried by a tick, Dermacentor andersoni, and characterized by fever, sensitivity to light, headache, and leg and back pain. Colorado tick fever Col·o·ra·do tick fever (kŏl’ə-rād’ō, -rä’dō) n. A viral infection transmitted to humans by the tick […]
- Colorado tick fever virus
Colorado tick fever virus n. An Orbivirus transmitted by a tick and causing Colorado tick fever.
- Colorado topaz
noun 1. a tawny-coloured form of topaz found in Colorado 2. quartz of a similar colour
[kuhl-er-uh nt] /ˈkʌl ər ənt/ noun 1. something used as a coloring matter; pigment; dye. /ˈkʌlərənt/ noun 1. any substance that imparts colour, such as a pigment, dye, or ink; colouring matter