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  1. (archaic) The cuttlefish.
  2. A dark brown pigment made from the secretions of the cuttlefish.
  3. (colour) A dark, slightly reddish, brown color, colour.
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    1. A sepia-coloured drawing or photograph.
    1. (colour) Of a dark reddish-brown colour.
      Etymology: From Latin, sepia, from Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) "cuttlefish".

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