Ochre 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CC7722
The hexadecimal RGB code of Ochre color is #CC7722. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CC red (204/256), a 77 green (119/256) and a 22 blue component (34/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(204,119,34). Closest WebSafe color: Ruddy brown (#CC6633)
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Ochre (/ˈoʊkər/ OH-kər; from Ancient Greek ὤχρα (ṓkhra), from ὠχρός (ōkhrós) 'pale'), or ocher in American English, is a natural clay earth pigment, a
Look up ochre in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Ochre is a natural pigment and associated color. Ochre or Ocher may also refer to: Ochre (musician) (born
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The Ochre Coloured Pottery culture (OCP) is a Bronze Age culture of the Indo-Gangetic Plain "generally dated 2000–1500 BCE," extending from eastern Punjab
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