Maroon – Wikipedia

Maroon - Wikipedia

Colour

Maroon (US/UK mə-ROON,[2]Australia mə-ROHN[3]) is a darkish brownish pink or darkish reddish colour that takes its identify from the French phrase marron, or chestnut.[4] “Marron” can also be one of many French translations for “brown”.

In line with a number of dictionaries, there are variabilities in defining the colour maroon. The Cambridge English Dictionary defines maroon as a darkish reddish-purple colour whereas its “American Dictionary” part defines maroon as darkish brown-red. This implies slight perceptual variations within the U.Okay. versus North America.[5] Lexico on-line dictionary defines maroon as a brownish-red. [6] Equally, Dictionary.com defines maroon as a dark-brownish pink.[7] The Oxford English Dictionary describes maroon as “a brownish crimson (robust pink) or claret (a deep shade of pink) colour,”[8] whereas the Merriam-Webster on-line dictionary merely defines it as a darkish pink.[9]

A bunch of chestnuts. Maroon is derived from marron, French for chestnut.

The phrase “maroon” derives from the French marron, that means chestnut.

Within the sRGB colour mannequin for additive colour illustration, the net colour referred to as maroon is created by turning down the brightness of pure pink to about one half. It is usually famous that maroon is the complement of the net colour referred to as teal.[1]

Etymology[edit]

Maroon is derived from French marron (“chestnut”),[10] itself from the Italian marrone which means each chestnut and brown (however the colour maroon in Italian is granata and in French is grenat), from the medieval Greek maraon.[11]

The primary recorded use of maroon as a colour identify in English was in 1789.[12]

In tradition[edit]

Enterprise
  • Maroon is the signature colour of the Japanese non-public rail firm, Hankyu Railway, determined by a vote of ladies prospects in 1923.[13] Within the 1990s, Hankyu deliberate an alternate colour because it was growing new autos. That plan was referred to as off following opposition by native residents.
Authorities
  • Maroon was named because the official colour of the state of Queensland, Australia, in November 2003. Whereas the declared shade of maroon in sRGB is R=115, G=24, B=44, Queenslanders show the spirit of the state by carrying all shades of maroon at sporting and cultural occasions.[14]
  • Maroon and gold are the official colours of the Minnesota State Patrol.
Politics
Army
  • The distinctive maroon beret has been worn by many airborne forces around the globe since 1942.[15] It’s generally known as the “pink beret.”
  • Traditionally maroon was the distinguishing colour of the Caçadores (rifle) regiments of the Portuguese Military.
Music
Faith
College colours

Many universities, faculties, excessive faculties and different instructional establishments have maroon as one among their college colours. Fashionable mixtures embody maroon and white, maroon and gray, maroon and gold, and maroon and blue.

Sports activities

Sports activities groups usually use maroon as one among their figuring out colours, consequently many have obtained the nickname “Maroons”.

Flags

Business variations of maroon[edit]

Vivid maroon[edit]

Vivid Maroon
 
About these coordinates     Colour coordinates
Hex triplet #C32148
sRGBB  (r, g, b) (195, 34, 72)
CMYKH   (c, m, y, okay) (0, 83, 63, 24)
HSV       (h, s, v) (346°, 83%, 76%)
Supply Crayola
ISCC–NBS descriptor Vivid pink
B: Normalized to [0–255] (byte)
H: Normalized to [0–100] (hundred)

Displayed within the adjoining desk is the intense tone of maroon that was designated as maroon in Crayola crayons starting in 1949.

It’s a vibrant medium shade of maroon midway between brown and rose.

The colour midway between brown and rose is crimson, so this colour can also be a tone of crimson.

Wealthy maroon (maroon (X11))[edit]

Displayed within the adjoining desk is the colour wealthy maroon, i.e. maroon as outlined within the X11 colour names, which is far brighter and extra toned towards rose than the HTML/CSS maroon proven above.

See the chart Colour identify clashes within the X11 colour names article to see these colours which are totally different in HTML/CSS and X11.

Darkish pink[edit]

Darkish Pink
 
About these coordinates     Colour coordinates
Hex triplet #8B0000
sRGBB  (r, g, b) (139, 0, 0)
CMYKH   (c, m, y, okay) (0, 100, 100, 45)
HSV       (h, s, v) (0°, 100%, 55%)
Supply X11
ISCC–NBS descriptor Robust reddish brown
B: Normalized to [0–255] (byte)
H: Normalized to [0–100] (hundred)

Displayed within the adjoining desk is the net colour darkish pink.

UP maroon[edit]

UP Maroon
 
About these coordinates     Colour coordinates
Hex triplet #7B1113
sRGBB  (r, g, b) (123, 17, 19)
CMYKH   (c, m, y, okay) (0, 86, 85, 52)
HSV       (h, s, v) (359°, 86.2%, 48.2%)
Supply https://www.colorhexa.com/7b1113
ISCC–NBS descriptor Deep reddish brown
B: Normalized to [0–255] (byte)
H: Normalized to [0–100] (hundred)

UP Maroon is the shade utilized by the College of the Philippines as its major colour.

See additionally[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b “CSS Colour Module Stage 3”. w3.org.
  2. ^ “maroon (Random Home (US) & Collins (UK) dictionaries)”. Dictionary.com. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
  3. ^ Australian Oxford Dictionary, Second Version (2004). Oxford College Press. ISBN 978-0-19-551796-5
  4. ^ Cambridge English Dictionary on-line; “maroon is pink!!!”; Webster’s New World Dictionary of American English, third School Version, (1988). “A darkish brown”. Random Home School Dictionary (1975), “a darkish brownish”.
  5. ^ Cambridge English Dictionary on-line
  6. ^ https://www.lexico.com/definition/maroon
  7. ^ https://www.dictionary.com/browse/maroon?s=t
  8. ^ Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, fifth version, 1973.
  9. ^ https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/maroon
  10. ^ “maroon”. Princeton WordNet.[permanent dead link]
  11. ^ Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, fifth Version (1973).
  12. ^ Maerz and Paul. A Dictionary of Colour. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1930, Web page 198; Colour Pattern of Maroon: Web page 37, Plate 7, Colour Pattern L7
  13. ^ Robertson, Jennifer Ellen (1998). Takarazuka: Sexual Politics and Fashionable Tradition in Fashionable Japan (book ed.). p. 153. ISBN 978-0-520-92012-5.
  14. ^ “State Color”. Queensland Authorities.
  15. ^ “The Parachute Regiment “Paras“. specialoperations.com. Archived from the unique on 2011-11-28.
  16. ^ Wong, Edward (February 18, 2009). “China Provides to Safety Forces in Tibet Amid Requires a Boycott” – by way of NYTimes.com.
  17. ^ Communications, Texas A&M College-Advertising &. “Model Colours | College Model Information | Texas A&M College”. Texas A&M College Model Information.
  18. ^ school-colors (21 June 2018). “College Colours”. www.txstate.edu. Retrieved 2019-06-30.
  19. ^ “Colours and Kind”. College Relations. January 27, 2017.
  20. ^ “Minnesota Golden Gophers Colours”. Retrieved 2018-04-23.
  21. ^ “Minnesota”. NCAA. Retrieved 2018-04-23.
  22. ^ The Blue E-book of School Athletics. Rohrich Company. 1966. p. 253.
  23. ^ “Autumn Occasions”. Shimer School Report. 44 (4). October 1952. p. 2.
  24. ^ (PDF) http://information.uchicago.edu/websites/default/recordsdata/attachments/_uchicago.id.tips.pdf.
  25. ^ McMenamin, Dave (17 December 2012). “Kobe Bryant feeling positive in Philly”. ESPN. Retrieved 6 March 2016.
  26. ^ “Mississippi State Traditions”. HailState.com.
  27. ^ “Mississippi State Traditions”. HailState.com.
  28. ^ “Colgate at a Look | Colgate College”. www.colgate.edu.
  29. ^ “Our Colours”. model.missouristate.edu.
  30. ^ “Virginia Tech colours”. Virginia Tech – Historical past and Traditions. 2019.
  31. ^ “UP Visible Id Guidebook 2017 now obtainable on-line”. College of the Philippines System. 2017.
  32. ^ “Mississippi State Traditions”. HailState.com.
  33. ^ “From Parrots to Maroons”. philstar.com.
  34. ^ “Maroon, Maroons, and the Phoenix”. Athletics.UChicago.edu.
  35. ^ In line with the 1994 regulation, Latvijas valsts karogs ir sarkans ar baltu svītru. (Latvian nationwide flag is pink with a white stripe.) “Par Latvijas valsts karogu (The Latvian flag)” (in Latvian). The Saeima (legislature) of Latvia. 1994. Archived from the unique on 2 March 2009. Sarkans is the phrase for “pink” in Latvian, whereas “maroon” is petarde. Turkina, Eiženija & Zitare, Okay. (1977). Latvian-English Dictionary (second ed.). Waverly, Iowa: Latvju Gramata (Rota Press). OCLC 3085262.
  36. ^ Latvijas valsts karogs ir karmīnsarkans ar baltu horizontālu svītru. (The Latvian nationwide flag is carmine with white horizontal stripes.)“Latvijas valsts karoga likums (The Latvian flag regulation)” (in Latvian). The Saeima (legislature) of Latvia. 17 November 2009.

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