Jonquil 🎨 RGB Color Code: #F4CA16
The hexadecimal RGB code of Jonquil color is #F4CA16. This code is composed of a hexadecimal F4 red (244/256), a CA green (202/256) and a 16 blue component (22/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(244,202,22). Closest WebSafe color: Tangerine yellow (#FFCC00)
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Look up jonquil in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jonquil or Jonquille may refer to: Narcissus jonquilla, the jonquil, a narcissus with clusters of
Jonquil is a hue of yellow. It is the color of the interior of the central cylindrical tubular projection of the jonquil flower. The color takes its name
Amaryllidaceae. Various common names including daffodil, narcissus and jonquil, are used to describe all or some members of the genus. Narcissus has conspicuous
Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Jonquil, after the flower: HMS Jonquil (1915) was an Acacia-class sloop launched in 1915 and sold in
USS Jonquil was a warship commissioned by the U.S. Navy in 1863. She served the Union Navy during the American Civil War. Jonquil was purchased at Philadelphia
Jonquil Frances Loveday Solt OBE (1933 - June 2022, née Denham-Davis) was a supporter of Paralympic equestrianism and the Riding for the Disabled Association
Jonquil Panting (born 26 February 1966) is a British radio director, notable for her work for BBC Radio 4, such as Witness: Five Plays from the Gospel
Narcissus assoanus, the rush-leaf jonquil, is a perennial bulbous plant native to Spain and France; it is now naturalized in Turkey. It grows to 15 cm
The Jonquil parrot (Aprosmictus jonquillaceus) is a species of bird in the Psittaculidae family with two subspecies, Aprosmictus jonquillaceus jonquillaceus
Narcissus jonquilla, commonly known as jonquil or rush daffodil, is a bulbous flowering plant, a species of the genus Narcissus (daffodil) that is native
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