Different languages may have different granularity for the color words, However, there is another word “ q ̄ıng”, which may mean either green or blue, White is any color in a range for which the responses from three types of cones are. Or on the camozoync to lean you down, \Vith roses red and white all busked athleta, a wrestler, a warrior, and lek play; q. jousts, tour'nam'e'nts.,CAMPY, adj. The dcrivation of the constituent parts of one word from ditl'erent languages. Or on the camorcyne to lean yon down, With roses red and white all busked round, G. kaempe, athleta, a wrestler, a warrior, and lek play ; q. jousts, tournaments. The derivation of the constituent parts of one word from different languages. Q 'aq'awitz ru-b'i' Saktekaw ru-b'i' jun chik Qaq'awitz 3E- name Saktekaw 3E- name This root is shared with K'iche' and other languages of this branch of the Mayan family. //Saks/ in these languages does mean “ white " and may be used. French: Blanc (male) blanche (female) Spanish: Blanco (male) blanca (female) Italian: Bianco (m) bianca (f) Portuguese: Branco (m) branca (f) German: Weiss. The words for different colours/colors in many different languages. The first six colours (black, white, red, yellow, blue, green) are most common, and the second five (brown, Quechua, yana, yuraq, puka, q 'ellu, anqas, qomer, chumppi.