medici blue

noun, often capitalized M
med·​i·​ci blue | \ ˈmedə(ˌ)chē-, -chi-\

Definition of medici blue

: a bluish gray that is darker than clair de lune, greener and duller than average dusk (see dusk sense 3a), and deeper than puritan gray

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History and Etymology for medici blue

after the Medici family

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