Aubergine Colour?

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Aubergine is a dark purple or brownish-purple in colour and resembles the colour of the outer skin of European eggplants. It a French and British English word for eggplant. Eggplants may range from indigo to white and the term originated as a description of the white coloured eggplants that look like eggs.
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Aubergine is a dark purple or brownish-purple color associated with the outer skin of European eggplants. A shade of violet, aubergine is created by blending red and blue.
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The colour aubergine is usually shiny and dark purple tending towards brownish purple. The name is borrowed from the egg plant, which is known as aubergine in ...
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