titian

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English[edit]

Titian often depicted women with this hair colour.

Etymology[edit]

After Titian (Italian Tiziano), the Italian painter who made frequent use of this colour.

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Noun[edit]

titian (plural titians)

  1. A bright auburn colour, tinted with gold.
    titian colour:  

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titian (comparative more titian, superlative most titian)

  1. Of a bright auburn colour, tinted with gold, especially in reference to hair.

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