Cerise 🎨 RGB Color Code: #DE3163
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cerise color is #DE3163. This code is composed of a hexadecimal DE red (222/256), a 31 green (49/256) and a 63 blue component (99/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(222,49,99). Closest WebSafe color: Cerise (#CC3366)
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Look up cerise in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Cerise may refer to: The French word for cherry, a fruit Cerise (color), a deep to vivid pinkish red
Cerise (/səˈriːs/ or /səˈriːz/; French pronunciation: [sə.ʁiz]) is a deep to vivid reddish pink. The colour or name comes from the French word cerise
Cerisé (French pronunciation: [səʁize] (listen)) is a commune in the Orne department in north-western France. Communes of the Orne department "Répertoire
brands of crème de cerise are: Edmond Briottet Crème de Cerise Joseph Cartron Crème de Cerise de Bourgogne Paul Devoille Crème de Cerise Noir Livets vatten :
Cerise is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, in particular those featuring Excalibur and other books of
Cerise (French for "cherry") was a French military reconnaissance satellite. Its main purpose was to intercept HF radio signals for French intelligence
Psoriasis is a long-lasting, noncontagious autoimmune disease characterized by raised areas of abnormal skin. These areas are red, or purple on some people
Crown Tundra from Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra, based at Cerise Laboratory in Vermillion City in the Kanto region. Ash ascends through the
Crown Tundra from Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra, based at Cerise Laboratory in Vermillion City in the Kanto region. The Japanese opening
Le Temps des cerises (French: [lə tɑ̃ de səʁiz], The Time of Cherries) is a song written in France in 1866, with words by Jean-Baptiste Clément and music
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