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tawny

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English

Etymology

From Middle English, from Anglo-Norman taune, from Old French tane, p.p. of taner to tan

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈtɔni/

Adjective

tawny (comparative tawnier, superlative tawniest)

Positive
tawny

Comparative
tawnier

Superlative
tawniest

  1. Of a light brown to brownish orange colour

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Noun

tawny

  1. A light brown to brownish orange colour

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