green of green

The word green comes from the Ancient English grene, or, in the form of long, groeni. This adjective is associated with the Old English verb growan ( "grow") and will return to West Germany and the Scandinavian languages. Many Asian languages do not have a special word from the word green, although the recently published dictionary that perbedaan.Thai เขียว meaning than the word "green" also means "rank" and "smelly" and holds unpleasant associations lainnya.Di Japan, despite the existence of words in modern language which means "green", the color is sometimes described as blue (青, Ao?), such as the traffic light blue (青信号, Ao shingō?) and blue leaves (青叶, Aoba?), does not reflect the meaning of the word "green" in Japanese.

In Persian, the word green is to سبز sabz, but this word can also mean "black" or "dark." Erotic poetry in Persian, with a black woman who is as "green", as in phrases such as سبز گندم گون sabz-gandom-gun (literally "green corn") or سبز مليح sabz-altered ( "green beauty"). Similarly, Sudan in Arabic, people of color أخضر Akhdar described as' green ', not black.

The word green is closely related to the Old English verb growan, "grow". Used to describe plants or the oceans. Sometimes it can also describe someone who is experienced, jealous, or sick. In the United States, green is a slang term for money, among others. Some day come from the meaning, such as "green around the gills", a phrase used to describe people who appear sick.

Some minerals are green, including emerald green with chromium content. Animals such as frogs, lizards and other reptiles and amphibians, fish, insects, and birds, appear green because of the coating mix blue and green colors on their skin. Far the largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyll, the chemical plants photosynthesize. Many creatures have adapted to the environment with green color on the green as camouflage.

Culture, the wide green and sometimes contradictory meanings. In some cultures, green symbolizes hope and growth, whereas in others, this is associated with death, sickness, envy, or the devil. Association of the most common, but can be found in relationship to nature. For example, Islam venerates the color, because it expects paradise to be full of lush greenery. Green is also associated with regeneration, fertility and resurrection for the connection to nature. Recently, political groups have taken on color as a symbol of environmental protection and social justice, and considers himself part of the Green movement, some of the Green party itself. This can result in similar campaigns in advertising, as companies that sell green, or environmentally friendly, products.

1 Comment:

  1. raj said...
    great info ...very useful blog...

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