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[see-en-uh] /siˈɛn ə/
a ferruginous earth used as a yellowish-brown pigment (raw sienna) or, after roasting in a furnace, as a reddish-brown pigment (burnt sienna)
the color of such a pigment.
a natural earth containing ferric oxide used as a yellowish-brown pigment when untreated (raw sienna) or a reddish-brown pigment when roasted (burnt sienna)
the colour of this pigment See also burnt sienna
city in central Italy, probably from Senones, the name of a Gaulish people who settled there in ancient times. Related: Sienese. The brownish-ochre color (1760) is from Italian terra di Sienna “earth of Siena,” where the coloring material first was produced.
noun 1. reeled silk that has not had the sericin removed. noun 1. untreated silk fibres reeled from the cocoon 2. fabric woven from such fibres
/ˈrɔːsˌθɔːn/ noun 1. Alan. 1905–71, English composer, whose works include three symphonies, several concertos, and a set of Symphonic Studies (1939)
- Raw sugar
noun a type of light brown coarse sugar containing the natural molasses present in sugarcane Examples Types of raw sugar include demerara, muscovado, and turbinado. Word Origin 1797 Usage Note cooking
noun 1. See under (def 1). [uhm-ber] /ˈʌm bər/ noun 1. an earth consisting chiefly of a hydrated oxide of iron and some oxide of manganese, used in its natural state as a brown pigment (raw umber) or, after heating, as a reddish-brown pigment (burnt umber) 2. the color of such a pigment; dark dusky […]