Definition of Bicolor. Meaning of Bicolor. Synonyms of Bicolor

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Definition of Bicolor

Bicolor
Bicolor Bi"col`or, Bicolored Bi"col`ored, a. [L. bicolor; bis twice + color color.] Of two colors.

Meaning of Bicolor from wikipedia

- Look up bicolor in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Bicolor or bicolour may refer to: Bicolour (flag), a flag of two color bands Bicolour, the flag of...
- A bicolor cat or tuxedo cat is a cat with white fur combined with fur of some other color, for example black or tabby. There are various patterns of bicolor...
- Caladium bicolor, called Heart of Jesus, is a species in the genus Caladium from Latin America. It is grown as a houseplant for its large, heart or lance-shaped...
- The tufted titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) is a small songbird from North America, a species in the tit and chickadee family (Paridae). The black-crested...
- Phyllomedusa bicolor, the giant leaf frog, bicolor tree-frog, giant monkey frog, or waxy-monkey treefrog, is a species of leaf frog. It can be found in...
- Megaloxantha bicolor is a species of metallic wood-boring beetles in the family Buprestidae. Megaloxantha bicolor is a huge Buprestid reaching a length...
- The bicolor angelfish (Centropyge bicolor) is a marine species of fish, easily recognizable by its yellow tail, yellow front half of their body, and blue...
- Leptotes bicolor is a species of orchid native to Paraguay and southern Brazil. It is the type species of the genus Leptotes. Its flowers and fruits are...
- Gynura bicolor, hongfeng cai 紅鳳菜, Okinawan spinach or edible gynura, is a member of the chrysanthemum family (Asteraceae). It is native to China, Thailand...
- bicolor was recently known as Conomyrma bicolor but has been renamed to Dorymyrmex bicolor. Dorymyrmex bicolor has a single petiole and a slit-like ****...