Translations into Western Apache:
- Indaa diłhiłé
- Innaa diłhiłé
- Ndaa diłhiłé
- Nnaa diłhiłé
black (colour, color)
A color (the color of the sky at night and a blackbird's feathers) that is created by the absorption of all light and reflection of none; dark and colorless.
Bad; evil; ill-omened.
(billiards, snooker, pool, with the ) The black ball.
pen, pencil, etc
(in the plural) Black cloth hung up at funerals.
A pen, pencil, crayon, etc., made of black pigment.
Illegitimate, illegal or disgraced
Of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin.
billiards, snooker, pool
(baseball) The edge of home plate
(of coffee or tea) Without any cream, milk, or creamer.
A black dye, pigment.
relating to persons of African descent
A person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa).
(UK) a type of firecracker that is really more dark brown in colour.
The total absence of light.
absorbing all light
Illegitimate, illegal or disgraced.
(Irish, informal) Overcrowded.
(sometimes capitalised) A person of African descent, or Asian, Aborigine or Maori.
(board games, chess) The standard denomination of the playing pieces of a board game deemed to belong to the "black" set, no matter what the actual colour.
(UK) To boycott something or someone, usually as part of an industrial dispute.
(of an object) absorbing all light and reflecting none; dark and colourless.
(informal) blackcurrant syrup (in mixed drinks, e.g. snakebite and black, cider and black).
(sometimes capitalize) Relating to persons of (usually noticeable) negroid African descent or their culture. Also people of an Asian, Aborigine or Maori descent.
The colour/color perceived in the absence of light.
(of a place, etc) without light.
To make black, to blacken.
To apply blacking to something.