[ zˈanθuː], [ zˈanθuː], [ z_ˈa_n_θ_uː]
How to use "Xanthou" in context?
The Greek word xanthou, meaning "yellow," is used to describe a versatile, golden hued color that is seen all over the world. Xanthou is the perfect term to describe a range of colors that fall in between yellow and orange on the color wheel.
Different elements, such as copper and gold, give xanthous hues a unique sparkle. In the natural world, xanthous hues can be found in the petals of flowers such as daffodils and yellow roses. They are also seen in leaves, fruits and berries.
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