How to Say Orange in Different Languages

Orange in Different Languages: On a spectrum of visible light, Orange is the color between yellow and red. If you encounter light with a prevailing wavelength of around 585 to 620 nanometers, human eyes detect orange. Orange is a secondary. It also has a fruit of same color and name. In ancient Egypt, for tomb drawings and other purposes, artists used the orange mineral pigment known as realgar.

How to Say Orange in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Orange
Albanianportokall
Basquelaranja
Belarusianаранжавы
Bosniannarandža
Bulgarianоранжев
Catalantaronja
Croatiannarančasta
Czechoranžový
Danishorange
Dutchoranje
Estonianoranž
Finnishoranssi
FrenchOrange
Galicianlaranxa
GermanOrange
Greekπορτοκάλι (portokáli)
Hungariannarancs
IcelandicAppelsínugult
IrishOráiste
Italianarancia
Latvianapelsīns
Lithuanianoranžinis
Macedonianпортокал
Malteseoranġjo
Norwegianoransje
PolishPomarańczowy
Portugueselaranja
Romanianportocale
Russianоранжевый (oranzhevyy)
Serbianпоморанџа (pomorandzha)
Slovakoranžový
Slovenianoranžna
Spanishnaranja
Swedishorange
Ukrainianпомаранчевий (pomaranchevyy)
Welshorange
Yiddishמאַראַנץ
Armenianնարնջի
Azerbaijaninarıncı
Bengaliকমলা
Chinese Simplified橙子 (chéngzi)
Chinese Traditional橙子 (chéngzi)
Georgianorange
Gujaratiનારંગી
Hindiनारंगी
Hmongtxiv kab ntxwv
Japaneseオレンジ
Kannadaಕಿತ್ತಳೆ
Kazakhапельсин
Khmerទឹកក្រូច
Korean주황색 (juhwangsaeg)
Laoສີສົ້ມ
Malayalamഓറഞ്ച്
Marathiनारिंगी
Mongolianжүрж
Myanmar (Burmese)လိမ္မော်သီး
Nepaliसुन्तला
Sinhalaතැඹිලි
Tajikноранҷӣ
Tamilஆரஞ்சு
Teluguనారింజ
Thaiส้ม
TurkishPortakal
Urduمالٹا
Uzbekapelsin
Vietnamesetrái cam
Arabicالبرتقالي (alburtuqaliu)
Hebrewכָּתוֹם
Persianنارنجی
Afrikaansoranje
Chichewalalanje
Hausaorange
Igbooroma
Sesothonamunu
Somaliorange
Swahilimachungwa
Yorubaọsan
Zuluiwolintshi
Cebuanoorange
Filipinokahel
IndonesianJeruk
Javaneseorange
Malagasyvoasary
Malayorange
Maorikaraka
Esperantooranĝo
Haitian Creolezoranj
Latinaurantiaco

It was also used for painting manuscripts by medieval artists. The color orange was present in Europe before and during the late 15th century, but without a name. In the late 15th and early 16th centuries, the Portuguese merchants managed to bring Europe the first orange trees.

Orange increases appetite and is often correlated with vitamin C and a healthy diet, this is the reason it appears in many citrus fruits. Orange is a common color for the sensation of hunger and joy. Orange color is very noticeable, often used to attract attention.

Surveys in Europe and America reveal that Orange is by far the most common color in the autumn associated with extroverted, hot, light, strength, movement, danger, taste and fragrance. Orange has long remained national color in the Netherlands. It is also the natural color of the political ideology of Christian democracy and the plurality of Christian democratic political parties.

In Asia, Buddhism and the Hinduism are symbolically important.

Orange is linked to the sense of joy, love, fire, sunlight, energy, inspiration, achievement, relaxation, improvement, dedication, wellness, excitement, enjoyment, pleasant, satisfaction, juggling, individuality, independence, speech and curiosity.

Orange encourages a general sense of well-being and emotional energy, such as love, enthusiasm and warmth Orange helps a person recover from deception, a heart injured, or a blow to the pride of oneself.

Orange color improves meditation when it is abundant in your surroundings which is the reason it is a spiritual color.

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