(French) nacarat, from (Spanish) or (Portuguese) nacarado, from nácar mother-of-pearl. See Nacre.
1. A pale red color, with a cast of orange. Ure.2. Fine linen or crape dyed of this color. Ure.
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From French nacarat, from Spanish or Portuguese nacarado, from Arabic نقارة (naqqāra, “small drum”), from نقر (náqara, “to hollow out”). Related to the word nacre.
nacarat (countable and uncountable, plural nacarats) A shade of pale red-orange. nacarat colour: Linens and cloths dyed such a shade.
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