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B arthemisPurple Pur"ple, n.; pl. Purples. [OE. purpre, pourpre, OF.
purpre, porpre, pourpre, F. pourpre, L. purpura purple fish,
purple dye, fr. Gr. ? the purple fish, a shell from the
purple dye was obtained, purple dye; cf. ? dark (said of the
sea), purple, ? to grow dark (said of the sea), to be
troubled; perh. akin to L. furere to rage, E. fury: cf. AS.
purpure. Cf. Porphyry, Purpure.]
1. A color formed by, or resembling that formed by, a
combination of the primary colors red and blue.
Arraying with reflected purple and gold The clouds
that on his western throne attend. -- Milton.
Note: The ancient words which are translated purple are
supposed to have been used for the color we call
crimson. In the gradations of color as defined in art,
purple is a mixture of red and blue. When red
predominates it is called violet, and when blue
2. Cloth dyed a purple color, or a garment of such color;
especially, a purple robe, worn as an emblem of rank or
authority; specifically, the purple rode or mantle worn by
Roman emperors as the emblem of imperial dignity; as, to
put on the imperial purple.
Thou shalt make the tabernacle with ten curtains of
fine twined linen, and purple, and scarlet. --Ex.
3. Hence: Imperial sovereignty; royal rank, dignity, or
favor; loosely and colloquially, any exalted station;
great wealth. ``He was born in the purple.' --Gibbon.
4. A cardinalate. See Cardinal.
5. (Zo["o]l.) Any species of large butterflies, usually
marked with purple or blue, of the genus Basilarchia
(formerly Limenitis) as, the banded purple (B.
arthemis). See Illust. under Ursula.
6. (Zo["o]l.) Any shell of the genus Purpura.
7. pl.(Med.) See Purpura.
8. pl. A disease of wheat. Same as Earcockle.
Note: Purple is sometimes used in composition, esp. with
participles forming words of obvious signification; as,
purple-colored, purple-hued, purple-stained,
purple-tinged, purple-tinted, and the like.
French purple. (Chem.) Same as Cudbear.
Purple of Cassius. See Cassius.
Purple of mollusca (Zo["o]l.), a coloring matter derived
from certain mollusks, which dyes wool, etc., of a purple
or crimson color, and is supposed to be the substance of
the famous Tyrian dye. It is obtained from Ianthina, and
from several species of Purpura, and Murex.
To be born in the purple, to be of princely birth; to be
Meaning of B arthemis from wikipedia
- States Limenitis arthemis arthemis
, dorsal, Ottawa, Ontario Limenitis arthemis arthemis
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- poll to choose
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- moth, and the red-spotted purple
and the white admiral
(both Limenitis arthemis
), as well as various other herbivorous insects
feed on Amelanchier. Many...
- overlap. For example, the butterfly Limenitis arthemis
has two major subspecies
America, L. a. arthemis
admiral) and L. a. astyanax
- name as armsan
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- produced indicate
that a white-banded ancestor similar
to the species
. established itself
in North America
in several major
- Nymphalidae Limenitis arthemis
admiral/red-spotted purple) – prefers sweet birch
. lenta) over yellow birch
. alleghaniensis) Saturniidae...
- imitate unpalatable Heliconius butterflies
such as H. ismenius. Limenitis arthemis imitate
the poisonous pipeline swallowtail
(Battus philenor). Several
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