bleoh, n.n: colour, hue, complexion. (BLEH-o’h / ˈblɛɔh)
hār, adj: hoary, grey, old. (HAAR / ˈhaːɹ)
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ōmig, adj: rusty, rust-coloured. (OH-mih / ˈoː-mɪj)
grēne-hǣwen, adj: greenish. (GRAY-nuh-HAE-wen / ˈgɹeː-nə-ˌhæː-wɛn)
wann-fāh, adj: dark-hued. (WAHN-FAH)
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salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. (SAH-luh-BROON)
wyrm-basu, adj: scarlet. (WURM-BAH-zuh / ˈwɝɹm-ˌba-zʌ)
weoloc-rēad, adj: of the red colour that is got from the weoloc (a kind of shellfish or whelk), scarlet, purple. (WEH-ol-ock-RAY-ahd / ˈwɛɔ-lɔk-ˌɹeːad)
salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. [SA-loo-BROON]
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dæg-rēd, n.n: dawn, daybreak, early morning (‘day-red’). (DAIE-RAID / ˈdæj-ˌɹeːd)