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noun 
  1. (colour) a dull, yellowish-brown color, colour, the colour of dust.
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    1. sometimes confusingly used as an abbreviation of khaki green.
    2. a strong cloth of wool or cotton, often used for military uniforms, used as a school uniform color.
adjective 
  1. (color) being dust-coloured.
Etymology: From Hindustani ààààà / (URchar, ÚÛUrdu, ÚÛ) (<u>kh</u>ÄkÄ) < Persian (FAchar, ÚÛ) (khíki) dusty, earthy, earth-colored


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