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Noun: orange  or-unj or ór-inj [N. Amer], ó-rinj [Brit]
  1. Round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees
  2. Orange colour or pigment; any of a range of colours between red and yellow
    - orangeness
  3. Any pigment producing the orange colour
  4. Any citrus tree bearing oranges
    - orange tree
Adjective: orange  or-unj or ór-inj [N. Amer], ó-rinj [Brit]
  1. Of the colour between red and yellow; similar to the colour of a ripe orange
    - orangish
Noun: Orange  or-unj or ór-inj [N. Amer], ó-rinj [Brit]
  1. A river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean
    - Orange River

Derived forms: oranges

See also: chromatic

Type of: chromatic color [US], chromatic colour [Brit, Cdn], citrous fruit, citrus, citrus fruit, citrus tree, pigment, river, spectral color [US], spectral colour [Brit, Cdn]

Part of: genus Citrus, Republic of South Africa, RSA, SA, South Africa, ZA

Encyclopedia: Orange, North Dakota