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15+ Colors In Malayalam – An Easy Guide To Use In Phrases

Do you know the names of colors in Malayalam? Foreigners from all over the world visit Kerala to admire the natural beauty and colorful landscapes. Kerala’s natural beauty is in its lush green (pacca) (പച്ച) forests and fascinating blue (nīla) (നീല) seashore resorts.

When you do daily lessons with the Ling App lessons you can learn everything from colors to spacetravel vocabulary. We have a little something for everyone.

Let’s get going; let the color explosion begin!

 

What Do Colors In Malayalam Represent? 

Green

Green – പച്ച (pacca) is a color that is universally related to nature, as it is associated with grass, plants, and trees. The color of spring and rebirth also denotes development and regeneration. Another association is “getting the green light” to proceed, which means activity.

Blue

The color blue – നീല (Nīla)has an association with open spaces, freedom, intuition, creativity, inspiration, and sensitivity, and it signifies both the sky and the sea.

Pink

Warmth, romance, passion, and charm are all associated with the color pink – പിങ്ക് (piṅk). Pink is a delicate color that reminds people of cuteness, sweetness, pleasure, playfulness, charm, and femininity.

 

Some Common Colors In Malayalam

Colors In Malayalam

You must know basic colors in Malayalam to express your thoughts and opinions on the subject. As a foreigner, you purchase items to remember your visit to the country. Whether you are picking yellow – മഞ്ഞ (Mañña) shoes or a red – ചുവപ്പ് (Cuvapp) t-shirt, you will need to know the Malayalam word for the color.

EnglishPronunciationMalayalam
RedCuvappചുവപ്പ്
BlueNīlaനീല
GreenPaccaപച്ച
YellowMaññaമഞ്ഞ
Pinkpiṅkപിങ്ക്
Orangeōṟañcഓറഞ്ച്
Browntaviṭṭതവിട്ട്
Blackkaṟuppകറുപ്പ്
Greycāraniṟaṁചാരനിറം

 

Other Rare Colors In Malayalam

These colors are variations on the basic spectrum. Light blue (iḷaṁ nīla) and dark blue (kaṭuṁ nīla), for example, are modified shades of blue that are not usually found.

When discussing the sky, a light blue shade, or a sea with a dark blue water flow, these colors are essential.

EnglishPronunciationMalayalam
Burmese bluebarmīs nīlaബർമീസ് നീല
Pastel pinkpāstal piṅkപാസ്തൽ പിങ്ക്
MagentaMajantaമജന്ത
Plumplaṁപ്ലം
Navy blueNāvikanīlaനാവികനീല
Teal greenṭīl paccaടീൽ പച്ച
AmberĀmpalആമ്പൽ
KhakiKākkiകാക്കി

 

Common Sentences Using Colors In Malayalam

Colors In Malayalam

Many situations arise in daily life where you have to employ words connected to colors.

EnglishPronunciationMalayalam
What is the color of this jacket?ī jākkaṟṟinṟe niṟaṁ entāṇ?ഈ ജാക്കറ്റിന്റെ നിറം എന്താണ്?
It seems like red to me.enikk cuvapp pēāle tēānnunnu.എനിക്ക് ചുവപ്പ് പോലെ തോന്നുന്നു.
What is your favorite color?niṅṅaḷuṭe priyappeṭṭa niṟaṁ entāṇ?നിങ്ങളുടെ പ്രിയപ്പെട്ട നിറം എന്താണ്?  
My favorite color is blue.enṟe priyappeṭṭa niṟaṁ nīlayāṇ.എന്റെ പ്രിയപ്പെട്ട നിറം നീലയാണ്.
I love the color of your shirt.enikk niṅṅaḷuṭe ṣarṭṭinṟe niṟaṁ iṣṭamāṇ.എനിക്ക് നിങ്ങളുടെ ഷർട്ടിന്റെ നിറം ഇഷ്ടമാണ്.  
Green shoes are out of stock these days.ī divasaṅṅaḷil pacca ṣūs sṟṟēākkilla.ഈ ദിവസങ്ങളിൽ പച്ച ഷൂസ് സ്റ്റോക്കില്ല.

Other Essential Phrases To Express Colors In Malayalam 

Polish up on Malayalm basic phrases and idioms before purchasing your ticket and packing your suitcase. First, review some Malayalam phrases that might assist you in learning and appreciating the beauty of the world.

EnglishPronunciationMalayalam
Is it blue?it nīla niṟamāṇēā?ഇത് നീല നിറമാണോ?
The tree trunk is brown.marattinṟe taṭi taviṭṭuniṟamāṇ.മരത്തിന്റെ തടി തവിട്ടുനിറമാണ്.
The sky is dark.ākāśaṁ iruṇṭirikkunnu.ആകാശം ഇരുണ്ടിരിക്കുന്നു.
The snow is white.maññ veḷuttatāṇ.മഞ്ഞ് വെളുത്തതാണ്.
I like the green color of grass.enikk pullinṟe pacca niṟaṁ iṣṭamāṇ.എനിക്ക് പുല്ലിന്റെ പച്ച നിറം ഇഷ്ടമാണ്.
Your dress is yellow.niṅṅaḷuṭe vastraṁ maññayāṇ.നിങ്ങളുടെ വസ്ത്രം മഞ്ഞയാണ്.
The orange looks good.ōṟañc niṟaṁ nannāyi kāṇappeṭunnu.ഓറഞ്ച് നിറം നന്നായി കാണപ്പെടുന്നു.

 

Learn Malayalam Through One Of The Best language Learning Platforms – The Ling App

As a slight aside, I just want to take some time to explain why learning a second language is so important. There are obvious financial benefits like the potential for business opportunities in a new market. Kerala, where Malayalam is spoken, is one of the main IT hubs in India.

Secondly, speaking, or more importantly, reading a second language opens up the culture to you in a whole different way. Translators never quite get right the translations from the original language. A lot of nuances are lost in the language and when you lose nuance you lose meaning.

Thirdly, it has untold positive effects on your mental health. Perhaps it’s because your brain likes its neuroplasticity being tested, or perhaps it’s just that feeling of positive emotion you get from doing useful work. Whatever it is, learning a new language helps cure any gloominess you might be experiencing.

Colors In Malayalam

The Ling App can help you learn Malayalam colors and other vital color words. To learn Malayalam effectively, take classes, and always recall the previous lesson. You will learn the Malayalam pronunciation of more words with audio lessons from native speakers.

Simya Solutions‘ Ling App can explain the fundamentals of Malayalam words and phrases and you’ll also have access to another 60+ languages. So, do not visit any other website or random page to learn a new language. Open your browser and search for the Ling App, download it and enjoy learning a new language.

Read more content on “Malayalam transportation vocabulary” and “Malayalam sentence structure.” This blog is updated weekly, so there’ll always be new content to whet your appetite.

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