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What is the difference between "violkolora" and "purpura"?

They are definitely not the same, PIV defines purpura like this: Havanta la koloron de la purpuro PIV defines purpuro like this: *purpur/o: 1 Violruĝa kolorilo, kiun la antikvuloj eltiris el ...
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What is the difference between "violkolora" and "purpura"?

Reta Vortaro has these definitions: Violkoloro: Koloro de violo, meza inter bluo kaj ruĝo. Translation: Violkoloro: The color of a violet, midway between blue and red and Purpuro: Violruĝa ...
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What is the difference between "bluverda", "verdblua" and "blua kaj verda"?

Blua kaj verda means an object is part blue and part green. Bluverda is a color that is between green and blue, such as the one in the following image which is a red 0, green 122, and blue 116.
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What is the difference between "bluverda", "verdblua" and "blua kaj verda"?

The principle word comes last; so you'd call a colour between green and blue verdblua if you'd call it blue if you were forced to pick either green or blue and bluverda if you'd go for green. With ...
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What is the difference between "violkolora" and "purpura"?

There are few things worth remembering. The basic word in Esperanto is viola (violkolora). So if the precise distinction isn't important, viola is the way to go. In physics viola would refer to the ...
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