Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin against a
firm object resulting in the removal of the epidermis.
In color, two or more hues which have the same hue in common.
Brightness; the lightness or darkness of a color; the quality of
Color intensity of purity; synonym of intensity.
A visual sensation; a property of material objects, including sources
of light, by which they are visually distinguished as possessing the
quantities of redness, browness, greenness, grayness, etc.
Opposite colors on a color wheel; any two hues which, by their
mixture, produce gray.
A color which creates the impression of coldness such as blue, green,
or purple; a receding color; a color of short wavelengths.
The property of a color by which it is distinguished from others.
The amount of strength of a color due especially to its degree of
freedom of a mixture with its complementary color or gray; equivalent
to its brightness or dullness.
Simultaneous contrast; any two colors seen together modify each other
in the direction of their complements; if they are complements, they
enrich each other; if they are not complements, they dull each other.
Variations of one color (hue); tints, tones, and shades of one hue.
A coloring matter which can be applied to an object, when combined
with some type of vehicle.
Three hues which can be combined to make all other hues; red, yellow,
Equal mixture of two primary hues; orange, green, and purple.
A hue into which various quantities of black are mixed; the darkened
hue, as contrasted with a whitened hue.
A hue into which various quantities of white are mixed.
A hue mixed with either a small quantity of gray or the complement of
the hue, resulting in dulling the hue.
The lightness or darkness of a hue.
A color which appears in the spectral band, characterized by long
wavelengths; a color which makes an object appear closer and larger; a
color which reflects warmth; i.e., red, orange, yellow, and other
colors in which they predominate.