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  2. Blue Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Synonyms of blue 1 : of the color whose hue is that of the clear sky : of the color blue (see blue entry 2 sense 1) a blue jacket her bright blue eyes The house is blue with white shutters. 2 a : bluish the blue haze of tobacco smoke b : discolored by or as if by bruising blue with cold c : bluish gray a blue cat 3 a : low in spirits : melancholy

  3. Blue - Color Matters

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    Blue is the most commonly used color in corporate identity. A dark blue suit is professional business attire. Blue jeans are worn all over the world. Aristocracy is blue-blooded in all European languages. Unique Meanings of Blue in Different Cultures. Greeks believe that blue wards off "the evil eye.

  4. Blue Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    blue / ( bluː) / noun any of a group of colours, such as that of a clear unclouded sky, that have wavelengths in the range 490–445 nanometres. Blue is the complementary colour of yellow and with red and green forms a set of primary coloursRelated adjective: cyanic a dye or pigment of any of these colours SEE MORE adjective bluer or bluest

  5. The Color Blue: Meaning and Color Psychology - Verywell Mind

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    Blue calls to mind feelings of calmness and relaxation. 3 It is often described as peaceful, tranquil, secure, and orderly. Blue is seen as a sign of stability and reliability. Businesses that want to project an image of security often utilize blue in their advertising and marketing efforts. Blue can also create feelings of sadness or aloofness.

  6. Blue is one of the colors of the rainbow that people can see. It is one of the primary colors (colors that can be mixed with other colors) of light , along with red and green . Apart from indigo and violet, it has the shortest wavelength of colors in the rainbow (about 470 nanometers ).

  7. Blue - Wikipedia

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    Blue is one of the three primary colours in the RYB colour model (traditional colour theory), as well as in the RGB (additive) colour model. It lies between violet and cyan on the spectrum of visible light. The eye perceives blue when observing light with a dominant wavelength between approximately 450 and 495 nanometres.

  8. blue. ( bluː) n. 1. (Colours) any of a group of colours, such as that of a clear unclouded sky, that have wavelengths in the range 490–445 nanometres. Blue is the complementary colour of yellow and with red and green forms a set of primary colours. 2. (Dyeing) a dye or pigment of any of these colours. 3.