scarlet

  • 1 Scarlet — or Scarlett (often used interchangeably) may refer to a number of things or people:Things * Scarlet (color), a bright shade of red * Scarlet (cloth), a type of woollen cloth common in medieval England * Scarlet (magazine), a women s magazine in… …

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  • 2 Scarlet — Scar let, a. Of the color called scarlet; as, a scarlet cloth or thread. [1913 Webster] {Scarlet admiral} (Zo[ o]l.), the red admiral. See under {Red}. Scarlet bean (Bot.), a kind of bean ({Phaseolus multiflorus}) having scarlet flowers; scarlet… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 Scarlet — (engl.: Scharlach) bezeichnet: ein britisches Pop Duo, siehe Scarlet (Band) eine amerikanische Metalcoreband, siehe Scarlet (Metalcoreband) eine britische Frauenzeitschrift, siehe Scarlet (Zeitschrift) ein italienisches Plattenlabel, siehe… …

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  • 4 scarlet — (n.) mid 13c., rich cloth (often, but not necessarily, bright red in color), from an aphetic form of O.Fr. escarlate (12c., Mod.Fr. écarlate), from M.L. scarlatum scarlet, cloth of scarlet (Cf. It. scarlatto, Sp. escarlate), probably via a Middle …

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  • 5 Scarlet — Scar let, n. [OE. scarlat, scarlet, OF. escarlate, F. [ e]carlate (cf. Pr. escarlat, escarlata, Sp. & Pg. escarlata, It. scarlatto, LL. scarlatum), from Per. sakirl[=a]t.] A deep bright red tinged with orange or yellow, of many tints and shades;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Scarlet — (Краков,Польша) Категория отеля: Адрес: Brzozowa 8, Старе Място, 30 023 Краков, Польша …

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  • 7 Scarlet — Scar let, v. t. To dye or tinge with scarlet. [R.] [1913 Webster] The ashy paleness of my cheek Is scarleted in ruddy flakes of wrath. Ford. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 Scarlet GN — Scarlet GN, or C.I. Food Red 2, Ponceau SX, FD C Red No. 4, or C.I. 14700 is a red azo dye used as a food dye. When used as a food additive, it has the E number E125. It usually comes as a disodium salt.It is permitted in fruit peels and… …

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  • 9 scarlet — index lewd, licentious, salacious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 scarlet R — scarlet red; see under red …

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  • 11 scarlet — ► NOUN ▪ a brilliant red colour. ORIGIN originally denoting any brightly coloured cloth: from Latin scarlata, from sigillatus decorated with small images …

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  • 12 scarlet — [skär′lit] n. [ME, aphetic < OFr escarlate < ML scarlatum < Pers säqirlāt, dress dyed crimson < ?] 1. very bright red with a slightly orange tinge 2. cloth or clothing of this color adj. 1. of this color 2. of sin; sinful; specif.,… …

    English World dictionary

  • 13 scarlet — n. & adj. n. 1 a brilliant red colour tinged with orange. 2 clothes or material of this colour (dressed in scarlet). adj. of a scarlet colour. Phrases and idioms: scarlet fever an infectious bacterial fever, affecting esp. children, with a… …

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  • 14 Scarlet — Pour les articles homonymes, voir scarlet (homonymie). Scarlet est une entreprise de télécommunications exerçant ses activités en Belgique et aux Pays Bas. Ses offres s adressent aux particuliers et aux entreprises de toutes tailles. Ses domaines …

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  • 15 Scarlet FM — Infobox Radio Station name = 97.5 Scarlet FM city = Narbeth, Pembrokeshire area = Llanelli and South Camarthenshire branding = slogan = airdate = July 14 2002 frequency = 97.5 MHz share = share as of = share source = format = Top 40 / Hot AC… …

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  • 16 scarlet — I. noun Etymology: Middle English scarlat, scarlet, from Anglo French escarlet, from Medieval Latin scarlata, from Persian saqalāt, a kind of rich cloth Date: 13th century 1. scarlet cloth or clothes 2. any of various bright reds II. adjective… …

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  • 17 scarlet — [[t]skɑ͟ː(r)lət[/t]] scarlets 1) COLOUR Something that is scarlet is bright red. ...her scarlet lipstick. 2) COLOUR: usu v link COLOUR If someone with pale skin turns or goes scarlet, their face becomes redder than usual because they are very… …

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  • 18 Scarlet —    This dye was obtained by the Egyptians from the shell fish Carthamus tinctorius; and by the Hebrews from the Coccus ilicis, an insect which infests oak trees, called kermes by the Arabians.    This colour was early known (Gen. 38:28). It was… …

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  • 19 scarlet — scar|let [ˈska:lıt US a:r ] adj [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: escarlate, from Medieval Latin scarlata, from Persian saqalat type of cloth] 1.) bright red 2.) BrE if you go scarlet, your face becomes red, usually because you are… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 Scarlet — noun a modern variant of Scarlett, or from the common noun scarlet. Its not just Ribbons either. Its get ready for this Scarlet Ribbons. From an old Harry Belafonte record my mom had when she was about ten or something. When she grew up she was… …

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