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See also: Violett
- Generally, German uses violett and lila synonymously for all blends of red and blue.
- It is possible to distinguish between violett (“violet”), lila (“lilac”), and purpurn (“purple”). However, such a distinction is chiefly restricted to people interested in arts, fashion, and the like. The word purpurn, also purpurfarben, is not part of the general vocabulary.
Positive forms of violett
Comparative forms of violett
Superlative forms of violett
- violet (colour)
|Inflection of violett|
|Common singular||violett||mer violett||mest violett|
|Neuter singular||violett||mer violett||mest violett|
|Plural||violetta||mer violetta||mest violetta|
|Masculine plural3||violette||mer violetta||mest violetta|
|Masculine singular1||violette||mer violette||mest violette|
|All||violetta||mer violetta||mest violetta|
|1) Only used, optionally, to refer to things whose natural gender is masculine.|
2) The indefinite superlative forms are only used in the predicative.
3) Dated or archaic