Colours in Different Languages

Give the colour's name in the given language.
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Colour
English
1
red
1
yellow
1
green
1
blue
1
orange
1
turquoise
1
pink
1
purple
1
black
1
grey
1
white
1
brown
Colour
German
1
rot
1
gelb
1
grün
1
blau
1
orange
1
türkis
1
rosa
1
violett
1
schwarz
1
grau
11
weiß
1
braun
Colour
French
1
rouge
11
jaune
1
vert
1
bleu
1
orange
1
turquoise
1
rose
1
violet
1
noir
1
gris
1
blanc
1
marron
Colour
Spanish
red
rojo
yellow
amarillo
green
verde
blue
azul
orange
naranja
turq
turquesa
pink
rosa
purple
lila
black
negro
grey
gris
white
blanco
brown
marrón
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Level 74
May 16, 2019
While google translate gives "marron" as the translation for brown in French, I have never heard it used, either in France, Canada or Belgium. Brown in French is brun.

You should also accept "lila" for purple in German.

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Level 70
May 16, 2019
I am french, and I'd say "marron" is the name we give to the colour whereas "brun" is only used in order to describe hair and eye colour. But I'm not even sure about that.
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Level 59
May 16, 2019
I'll allow brun, but will keep marron as the shown name, for that's the name in dictionaries.
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Level 59
May 16, 2019
About lila, that is, and I should know it for i'm Austrian, a much lighter version of violett. An example for lila would be Milka and for violett MS OneNote would be an example. Lila is more blue, whereas violett is more pinkish. I'll allow lila anyway.