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Hooker's green

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noun
a medium green to strong yellowish green.
a nonpermanent pigment consisting of Prussian blue mixed with gamboge, characterized chiefly by its green color.
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Origin of Hooker's green

1850–55; named after W. Hooker (died 1832), English illustrator
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