How do you write Turquoise in French?
▸ Dictionary (French)
- bleu turquoise adj— turquoise blue adj.
- eau turquoise f— turquoise sea n.
- couleur turquoise f— turquoise colorAE n. · turquoise colourBE n.
- mer turquoise f— turquoise sea n. · turquoise ocean n.
Is the word turquoise French?
From Middle French Turquoise, from Old French (pierre) turquoise (“Turkish (stone)”), from turc + -ois. The stone, mined near Nishapur in the Khorasan region of Persia, was originally brought to Europe through Turkey.
What is turquoise in other languages?
American English: turquoise /ˈtɜrkwɔɪz/ Brazilian Portuguese: turquesa. Chinese: 绿松石 European Spanish: turquesa. French: turquoise.
How do you spell Aqua in French?
“aqua” in French
- acide nitrique dilué
Why is turquoise called Turquoise?
The word “turquoise” comes from the French pierre tourques for “Turkish stone.” Meanwhile, pre-Columbian Native Americans mined the turquoise stone throughout the present-day southwestern United States.
Is Turquoise feminine or masculine?
( Turquoise: Feminine, Retro Feel, Sophisticated, Soft.)
What is a French color?
Bleu de France (Blue of France) is a colour traditionally used to represent France. Blue has been used in the heraldry of the French monarchy since at least the 12th century, with the golden fleurs-de-lis of the kings always set on a blue (heraldic “azure”) background.
What Colours in French are feminine?
French adjectives of simple colours agree in gender and number with the noun they modify. Note that colours ending in mute -e, such as jaune (yellow), rose (pink), rouge (red) and orange remain the same in the feminine.
What are Colours in French?
The most common colors in French
- red – rouge.
- yellow – jaune.
- blue – bleu/bleue.
- green – vert/verte.
- orange – orange.
- white – blanc/blanche.
- black – noir/noire.
- gray – gris/grise.
How do you say blue in other languages?
In other languages blue
- Arabic: أَزْرَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: azul.
- Chinese: 蓝色的
- Croatian: plav.
- Czech: modrý
- Danish: blå
- Dutch: blauw.
- European Spanish: azul.
What language uses Aqua?
aqua- comes from Latin, where it has the meaning “water”. This meaning is found in such words as: aquaculture, aquarium, aquatic, aqueduct, aqueous, aquifer.