Definition of blue-grey in English:

blue-grey

(US blue-gray)

noun

  • 1A grey colour tinged with blue.

  • 2A variety of beef cattle of a blue roan colour, usually produced by crossing a white shorthorn bull with a black Galloway cow, and popular in northern Britain.

adjective

  • Of a bluish-grey colour.

Origin

Late 15th century. From blue + grey.

Pronunciation

blue-grey

/ˈbluːɡreɪ/