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Old English mæddre, mædre, from Germanic, perhaps from an Indo-European base meaning ‘blue’. Cognate with Swedish madra.

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Singular
Madder

Plural
Madders

Madder (plural Madders)
  1. A herbaceous plant, Rubia tinctorum, native to Asia, cultivated for a red-purple dye obtained from the root.
  2. The root of the plant, used as a medicine or a dye.
  3. A dye made from the plant.
  4. A deep reddish purple colour, like that of the dye.
    Madder colour:   
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Madder (not comparable)

Positive
Madder

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Of a deep reddish purple colour, like that of the dye.
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madder

  1. Patrono:Comparative of

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