a pale bluish purple.
a purple dye obtained from aniline, discovered in 1856: the first of the coal-tar dyes.
of the color of mauve:
a mauve dress.
Also called Perkin’s mauve, mauveine (ˈməʊviːn; -vɪn). a reddish-purple aniline dye
purple dye, 1859, from French mauve, from Old French mauve “mallow” (13c.), from Latin malva “mallow;” the dye so called from the color of the mallow plant. Related: Mauvish.
adjective See mauvy
adjective having a mauve or purple tint; also called mauvish
micro air vehicle
[mey-vuh n] /ˈmeɪ vən/ noun 1. an expert or connoisseur. /ˈmeɪvən/ noun 1. (US) an expert or connoisseur n. 1965, from Yiddish meyvn, from Hebrew mebhin, literally “one who understands.” Plural is mayvinim. verb To stay under control; to keep one’s composure: While he gives this silly speech, I need to maintain