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1. a color between blue and red.
2. a substance of this color used as a dye or indicator.
visual purple rhodopsin.
A color formed by a mixture of blue and red. For individual purple dyes see specific name.
Fringe medicine/Quackery A colour believed to be good for emotional problems, rheumatism, epilepsy, reducing pain, deep tissue work, bones, as understood in the context of the pseudoscience known as colour therapy
A color formed by a mixture of blue and red.
A mixture, in suitable proportions, of short wave radiations (less than 400 nm) and long wave radiations (greater than 700 nm). It is a complementary colour to yellow-green. Purples are colour stimuli represented on the chromaticity diagram by the straight line joining the ends of the spectrum locus. Syn. non-spectral colour; non-spectral purple.
Patient discussion about purple
Q. what is a purple spot on penis
A. could be some kind of hematoma- a bruise, blood vessels that bleed internally and caused a"papula". if you press it and it changes color to white- that could be it. if not, here are some more suggestions:
Q. why my hands are getting purple and freezing?
A. thank you, but these answers are not correct answers for my questionMore discussions about purple