Persian Plum 🎨 RGB Color Code: #701C1C
The hexadecimal RGB code of Persian Plum color is #701C1C. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 70 red (112/256), a 1C green (28/256) and a 1C blue component (28/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(112,28,28). Closest WebSafe color: Wine (#663333)
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paler than the color of an actual plum. Displayed at right is the color Persian plum from the Xona.com Color List. This is the color traditionally called
pink, Persian rose, Persian red, Persian plum, Persian orange and Persian green. The color Persian blue is named from the blue color of some Persian pottery
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persicum ("Persian apple"), later becoming French pêche, whence the English "peach". The scientific name, Prunus persica, literally means "Persian plum", as
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of cultivars of the common European plum. The first true greengage came from a green-fruited wild plum (Persian: گوجهسبز, romanized: Gowjehsabz) which
probably derives from Persian Khormaloo خرمالو literally "date-plum", referring to the taste of this fruit which is reminiscent of both plums and dates. The
"Persicum." Peaches are called in Latin malum Persicum (Persian apple) prunum persicum (Persian plum), or simply persicum (pl. persici). This should not be
Chicken with Plums (Poulet aux prunes in the original French version) is a 2004 graphic novel by Iranian author Marjane Satrapi. The book narrates the
The plum-headed parakeet (Psittacula cyanocephala) is a parakeet in the family Psittacidae. It is endemic to the Indian Subcontinent and was once thought
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