French Lilac 🎨 RGB Color Code: #86608E
The hexadecimal RGB code of French Lilac color is #86608E. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 86 red (134/256), a 60 green (96/256) and a 8E blue component (142/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(134,96,142). Closest WebSafe color: French lilac (#996699)
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French Lilac on Wikipedia
French lilac is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Syringa vulgaris of the family Oleaceae Galega officinalis, of the family Papilionaceae
Pourpre.com (a popular French color list), is shown at right. Another name for this color is bright French lilac. The color French lilac is displayed at right
Syringa vulgaris, the lilac or common lilac, is a species of flowering plant in the olive family Oleaceae, native to the Balkan Peninsula, where it grows
Syringa (lilac) is a genus of 12 currently recognized species of flowering woody plants in the olive family (Oleaceae), native to woodland and scrub from
"Lilac Wine" is a song written by James Shelton (lyrics and music) in 1950. It was introduced by Hope Foye in the short-lived theater musical revue, Dance
Galega officinalis, commonly known as galega, goat's-rue, French lilac, Italian fitch, or professor-weed, is an herbaceous plant in the subfamily Faboideae
The lilac-breasted roller (Coracias caudatus) is an African bird of the roller family, Coraciidae. It is widely distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, and
biguanidine. Phenformin. A phenethylated biguanidine. Galega officinalis (French lilac) was used in diabetes treatment for centuries. In the 1920s, guanidine
(web) French beige French bistre French blue French fuchsia French lilac French lime French mauve French pink French raspberry French rose French sky blue
includes the withdrawn agents phenformin and buformin, originates from the French lilac or goat's rue (Galega officinalis), a plant used in folk medicine for
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