Associations to the word «Indigo»
INDIGO, noun. A purplish-blue colour
INDIGO, noun. An indigo-colored dye obtained from certain plants (the indigo plant or woad), or a similar synthetic dye.
INDIGO, noun. An indigo plant, such as from species in genera Indigofera, Amorpha (false indigo), Baptisia (wild indigo), and Psorothamnus and Dalea (indigo bush).
INDIGO, adjective. Having a deep blue colour.
INDIGO BLUE, noun. (organic compound) The synthetic dye indigotin used to replace natural indigo
INDIGO BROWN, noun. A brown resinous substance found in crude indigo.
INDIGO BUNTING, noun. A blue bunting of North America, Passerina cyanea.
INDIGO BUNTINGS, noun. Plural of indigo bunting
INDIGO BUSH, noun. A shrub of any of several genera in the Fabaceae family, including:
INDIGO BUSH, noun. Amorpha
INDIGO BUSH, noun. Dalea
INDIGO BUSH, noun. Psorothamnus
INDIGO CHILD, noun. (New Age) A child believed to be a next stage in human evolution; to have paranormal abilities like telepathy; and/or to be more empathic, independent, and creative than its peers.
INDIGO CHILDREN, noun. Plural of Indigo child
INDIGO COPPER, noun. Covellite
INDIGO RED, noun. A dyestuff, isomeric with indigo blue, obtained from crude indigo as a dark brown amorphous powder.
INDIGO SNAKE, noun. A snake of the genus Drymarchon, species of which are found the southeastern US, Texas, and northern South America.
INDIGO WHITE, noun. A white crystalline powder obtained by reduction from indigo blue, and by oxidation easily changed back to it.
INDIGO, noun. A blue dye obtained from plants or made synthetically.
INDIGO, noun. Deciduous subshrub of southeastern Asia having pinnate leaves and clusters of red or purple flowers; a source of indigo dye.
INDIGO, noun. A blue-violet color.
INDIGO, adjective. Having a color between blue and violet; "indigo flowers".
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