daltonic

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See also: Daltonic and daltònic

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daltonic ‎(not comparable)

  1. Suffering from Daltonism; colour blind, especially red-green colour blind.
    • 1981, Wendy Steiner, The Sign in Music and Literature, page 133,
      Words fail to present the difference between blue and green to the blind or to the daltonic, and, as everyone knows, all the attempts to "translate" music into words invariably awkward, crude, and inadequate.
    • 2004, Julio A. Lillo, Humberto Moreira, Color Blindness, article in Charles Spielberger (editor), Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology, Three-Volume Set, Volume 1, page 415,
      On the other hand, a women must have problems in both X chromosomes to be daltonic.
    • 2013, Manuel Pérez Cota, Miguel Ramón González Castro, DCS 3D Operators in Industrial Environments: New HCI Paradigm for the Industry, Randall Shumaker (editor), Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality: Systems and Applications: 5th Internatioal Conference, VAMR 2013, Proceedings, Part II, LNCS 8022, page 277,
      It was owing to the fact that "risks evaluation" for workplace of a console operator indicated that these tasks could not be carried out by daltonic people or [people] with other visual or physical deficiencies.

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Fairly rare, and much less common than colour blind / color blind.

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