Tenne 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CD5700
The hexadecimal RGB code of Tenne color is #CD5700. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CD red (205/256), a 57 green (87/256) and a 00 blue component (0/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(205,87,0). Closest WebSafe color: Tenné (Tawny) (#CC6600)
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In heraldry, tenné (/ˈtɛni/; sometimes termed tenny or tawny) is a "stain", or non-standard tincture, of orange (in English blazonry), light brown (in
TenneT is a transmission system operator in the Netherlands and in a large part of Germany. TenneT B.V. is the national electricity transmission system
Tawny (also called tenné) is a light brown to brownish-orange color. The word means "tan-colored", from Anglo-Norman tauné "associated with the brownish-yellow
Reshef Tenne (Hebrew: born רשף טנא; 1944) is an Israeli scientist. Born in Kibbutz Usha, Tenne received his BSc in Chemistry and Physics from Hebrew University
Babis Tennes (Greek: Μπάμπης Τεννές; born 17 November 1953) is a Greek professional football manager. Tennes began his professional coaching career with
Sidon Tennes (Tabnit II in Phoenician) was a King of Sidon under the Achaemenid Empire. His predecessor was Abdashtart I (in Greek, Straton I), the son
which are similar or may be considered synonymous to tan include: tawny, tenné, and fulvous. Displayed at right is the color Sandy tan. This color was
Henry Bernard Tenne (born 11 August 1894) was a Ceylonese politician. Tenne was elected as an independent member at the 1st parliamentary election, held
Rock carvings at Tennes (Helleristning i Tennes) in Balsfjord, Troms county, Norway comprise figures of prehistoric rock art (bergkunst). The oldest figures
of a few non-standard tinctures or colours (namely murrey, sanguine and tenné), which are only known to occur in post-medieval heraldry and may be used
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