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Syllabification: aq·ua
Pronunciation: /ˈäkwə, ˈak-
 
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noun

A light bluish-green color; aquamarine: houses of yellow and aqua [as modifier]: aqua blue
More example sentences
  • They don't change your color, but give your eyes a light blue, aqua or green tint.
  • Within each open container is a creamer cup holding a dollop of latex house paint in a color such as royal blue, pale aqua, lime green or muted yellow.
  • When shopping, go for hot colors such as pink, aqua blue, yellow, apple green, and lavender.

Origin

1930s: abbreviation of aquamarine.

Words that rhyme with aqua

sub-aqua

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noun

[mass noun]
(Especially in pharmaceutical and commercial use) water.

Origin

Latin.

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