any one of different annuals of this genus Amaranthus having heavy green or reddish clusters of small blossoms and including several weeds, ornamentals, and meals flowers. Also called pigweed.
An imaginary flower that never fades.
A deep reddish-purple to dark or grayish, purplish red.
A dark purple to purple azo dye.
any one of numerous natural herbs, of this genus Amaranthus.
Their particular flowers' characteristic purplish red color; a red to purple azo dye made use of as a food colouring plus makeup.
The seed of the plants, made use of as a cereal.
An imaginary flower supposed to never diminish.
A genus of ornamental yearly plants (Amaranthus) of many types, with green, purplish, or crimson flowers.
A color inclining to purple.
An imaginary rose supposed never to diminish: utilized mainly in poetry.
A plant associated with the genus Amarantus (which see). The globe-amaranth, Gomphrena globosa, of the same natural purchase.
A name given to mixtures of coloring things of which the principle constituent is magenta (which see).
identical to purple heart.
An acid dyestuff, of this monoazo kind, which dyes wool and silk a pure bluish red which reasonably fast to light and milling. Its understood by other names, as azo acid-rubine, Bordeaux S, and quickly purple.
seed of amaranth flowers used as a native cereal in Central and South America
some of various flowers for the genus Amaranthus having heavy plumes of green or purple blossoms; often cultivated for food