One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A dark, intense green colour.
2Originally and chiefly British. A person who is deeply committed to environmental causes or who holds radical or extreme ‘green’ views. In plural (often): a faction adhering to such views within a larger environmentalist group or political party.
1Of a dark, intense green colour.
2Originally and chiefly British. Deeply committed to environmental causes; designating, involving, or holding radical or extreme ‘green’ views.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in Philemon Holland (1552–1637), translator. From deep + green.
deep green/ˌdiːp ˈɡriːn/
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