indigotic

indigotic

[in-di-got-ik]
adjective
indigo ( def 5 ).

Origin:
1830–40; indigo + -tic

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indigo (ˈɪndɪˌɡəʊ)
 
n , pl -gos, -goes
1.  Also called: indigotin a blue vat dye originally obtained from plants but now made synthetically
2.  Compare wild indigo any of various tropical plants of the leguminous genus Indigofera, such as the anil, that yield this dye
3.  a.  any of a group of colours that have the same blue-violet hue; a spectral colour
 b.  (as adjective): an indigo carpet
 
[C16: from Spanish indico, via Latin from Greek Indikos of India]
 
indigotic
 
adj

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