The table of named colors.

For experiments with code, it is very convenient to set colors with names, not codes, because you immediately know what a color with that name looks like.

 mistyrose
 lavenderblush
 seashell
 floralwhite
 oldlace
 linen
 pink
 lightpink
 lightcoral
 palevioletred
 mediumvioletred
 darkmagenta
 purple
 deeppink
 hotpink
 fuchsia
 magenta
 violet
 rosybrown
 saddlebrown
 sienna
 indianred
 peru
 darksalmon
 sandybrown
 lightsalmon
 burlywood
 tan
 wheat
 peachpuff
 navajowhite
 moccasin
 bisque
 blanchedalmond
 antiquewhite
 papayawhip
 cornsilk
 ivory
 beige
 lightgoldenrodyellow
 palegoldenrod
 goldenrod
 darkgoldenrod
 chocolate
 maroon
 darkred
 brown
 firebrick
 crimson
 red
 orangered
 tomato
 salmon
 coral
 darkorange
 orange
 gold
 yellow
 lemonchiffon
 lightyellow
 khaki
 darkkhaki
 olive
 darkolivegreen
 olivedrab
 yellowgreen
 greenyellow
 lawngreen
 chartreuse
 lime
 limegreen
 forestgreen
 green
 darkgreen
 seagreen
 mediumseagreen
 darkseagreen
 springgreen
 mediumspringgreen
 lightgreen
 palegreen
 honeydew
 mintcream
 azure
 aquamarine
 turquoise
 mediumturquoise
 mediumaquamarine
 darkturquoise
 lightseagreen
 cadetblue
 darkcyan
 teal
 darkslategray
 darkslategrey
 steelblue
 dodgerblue
 deepskyblue
 aqua
 cyan
 lightcyan
 aliceblue
 paleturquoise
 powderblue
 lightblue
 lightsteelblue
 skyblue
 lightskyblue
 cornflowerblue
 royalblue
 blue
 mediumblue
 darkblue
 navy
 midnightblue
 darkslateblue
 slateblue
 mediumslateblue
 indigo
 rebeccapurple
 mediumpurple
 blueviolet
 darkviolet
 darkorchid
 mediumorchid
 orchid
 plum
 thistle
 lavender
 ghostwhite
 white
 snow
 whitesmoke
 gainsboro
 lightgray
 lightgrey
 silver
 darkgray
 darkgrey
 lightslategrey
 lightslategray
 slategrey
 slategray
 gray
 grey
 dimgray
 dimgrey
 black
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