Definition of Hooker's green
1 : a green pigment consisting of a mixture of Prussian blue and gamboge
2 : a moderate to strong green that is yellower and less strong than spearmint
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Origin and Etymology of hooker's green
after William Hooker †1832 English botanical painter
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