Nadeshiko Pink 🎨 RGB Color Code: #F6ADC6
The hexadecimal RGB code of Nadeshiko Pink color is #F6ADC6. This code is composed of a hexadecimal F6 red (246/256), a AD green (173/256) and a C6 blue component (198/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(246,173,198). Closest WebSafe color: Carnation pink (#FF99CC)
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combining the words Yamato, an ancient name for Japan, and nadeshiko, a delicate frilled pink carnation called Dianthus superbus, whose kanji translate
late pink Dianthus simulans Dianthus spiculifolius Dianthus squarrosus Dianthus strictus Dianthus subacaulis Dianthus superbus – large pink, nadeshiko Dianthus
Mustard green Mustard yellow Myrtle green Mystic Mystic maroon Mystic red Nadeshiko pink Napier green Naples yellow Navajo white Navy blue Navy blue (Crayola)
(RGB) Hue (HSL/HSV) Satur. (HSL) Light (HSL) Satur. (HSV) Value (HSV) Nadeshiko pink #F6ADC6 96% 68% 78% 339° 80% 82% 80% 82% Naples yellow #FADA5E 98% 85%
Dianthus superbus subsp. longicalycinus (Maxim.) Kitam. Japan. Also called nadeshiko (ナデシコ). It is the only food source of the large moth Coleophora musculella
caring father. He met his late wife Nadeshiko while doing his first year as a teacher at her high school. Nadeshiko had climbed a tree to return a baby
nicknamed "Shiba-nyan" by Anemone. Nadeshiko "Nadeshiko" Akai (赤井 撫子, Akai Nadeshiko) Nadeshiko, nicknamed "Nadeshiko" (撫子), is a student and member of
Flight-Plan 2007-01-18JP ✔ Dragon Sisters •Simple 2000 Series Vol. 87: The NadeshikoJP Tamsoft D3 PublisherJP, 505 Game StreetEU 2005-11-10JP ✔ ✔ Dragon's
clover (hagi), miscanthus (obana, Miscanthus sinensis), kudzu, large pink (nadeshiko, Dianthus superbus), yellow-flowered valerian (ominaeshi, Patrinia
pronounced [o̞ːe̞ɾɯ̟ᵝ]), is a female office worker in Japan who performs generally pink-collar tasks such as secretarial or clerical work. Office ladies are usually
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