Yellow ( adjective , verb )

(As an adjective)

Yellow ( adjective )

  1. Of the color between green and orange in the spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 570 and 590 nm.
  2. Having yellow as its color.
  3. Of the color of ripening lemons or ripe bananas.
  4. Having a sickly pallor; jaundiced.

Origin:

Old english geolu, of germanic origin; related to dutch geel and german gelb.

Examples:

  1. The leaves turned yellow in fall.
  2. She wore a yellow dress.
  3. The banana is yellow when it is ripe.
  4. His skin had a yellow tinge.
  5. The light was yellow.

(As a verb)

Yellow ( verb )

  1. Of the color between green and orange in the spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 570 and 590 nm.
  2. Having yellow as its color.
  3. Of the color of ripening lemons or ripe bananas.
  4. Having a sickly pallor; jaundiced.

Origin:

Old english geolu, of germanic origin; related to dutch geel and german gelb.

Examples:

  1. The leaves turned yellow in fall.
  2. She wore a yellow dress.
  3. The banana is yellow when it is ripe.
  4. His skin had a yellow tinge.
  5. The light was yellow.
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