Vivid Cerise 🎨 RGB Color Code: #DA1D81
The hexadecimal RGB code of Vivid Cerise color is #DA1D81. This code is composed of a hexadecimal DA red (218/256), a 1D green (29/256) and a 81 blue component (129/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(218,29,129). Closest WebSafe color: Royal fuchsia (#CC3399)
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Cerise (/səˈriːs/ or /səˈriːz/; French pronunciation: [sə.ʁiz]) is a deep to vivid reddish pink. The colour or name comes from the French word cerise
Cerise may refer to: The French word for cherry, a fruit Cerise (color), a deep to vivid pinkish red Cerisé, a French commune Cerise (satellite) Cerise
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this color and name was formulated by Crayola in 1993. Carmine (color) Cerise (color) Crimson Indigo Lavender (color) Lists of colors Magenta Mauve Periwinkle
been available to paint psychedelic black light paintings. (Fluorescent cerise, fluorescent chartreuse yellow, fluorescent blue, and fluorescent green
Film (2000) "Awards for Crazy". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2007-01-09. Crazy at IMDb Journey to the end of craziness by Cerise Phiv v t e v t e
Dazzle Rose became "Fiery Rose", Screamin' Green became "Spring Frost", Vivid Violet became "Frostbite", and Wild Watermelon became "Heat Wave". Frostbite
Madame White Snake is an opera with music by Zhou Long and libretto by Cerise Lim Jacobs, published by Oxford University Press. Awarded the 2011 Pulitzer
yellow flowers 'Trenance': Upright, lilac-pink flowers 'Trewithin': Upright, cerise flowers 'Wild Watermelon': large pink flowers with dark calyces Salvia microphylla
vivid red, which gets its name from the cassocks worn by cardinals. The family of birds takes its name from the color. The color carmine is a vivid crimson
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