Learn Spanish Color Words
Our Spanish colors list is a little different than the other vocabulary lists on the site. Instead of just being textual, the list of Spanish colors is presented in a chart with both an English translation of each Spanish color word and also a block of color to help you visually remember the Spanish color translations.
We've also added some color-related words that you might find handy, including the Spanish to English translations for the words opaque, dark, translucent, and transparent.
There's also a place to leave your comments and to vote in our Spanish poll of the day, as well as a series of videos you can watch that go into great detail about the Spanish color words.
Also, if you are interested in learning more about the Spanish language and are looking for some formal learning materials, there is also a section for recommended Spanish learning books. Take a quick look and read the reviews. If you find any of the books interesting, then by all means click on them for more information. (You will be taken to Amazon.com)
If you know Spanish and would like to submit any Spanish color words that are missing from this page, then feel free to use the submit form at the bottom of the page. We'll be sure to add the new colors to the page on a future update.
If you aren't fluent in Spanish and are in need of a translation, feel free to leave your request in the same submit form found at the bottom of the page. We can't guarentee we'll find you an answer, but we'll do our best to try.
Spanish to English Color Words:
Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of color related Spanish to English translations are here to help teach you the words for all colors in Spanish and English so you can become fluent in Spanish!
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)
Amarillo - Yellow
Anaranjado - Orange
Azabache - Jet black
Azul - Blue
Azul celeste - Sky blue
Blanco - White
Marrón - Brown
Morado - Purple
Negro - Black
Rojo - Red
Rosado - Pink
Verde - Green
Violeta - Violet
Color Related Words in Spanish:
Opaco - Opaque
Oscuro - Dark
Translucido - Translucent
Transparente - Transparent
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If you found any errors in our translations, let us know in the comments below! Looking for a specific translation relating to the theme of this page? Free free to ask for one in the comment section as well. Otherwise, just let us know what's on your mind!
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Learn Spanish Colors with Videos
Margo's Magnifico Podcast - Spanish Colors: Three Part Set
This set of videos are like a virtual classroom (complete with teacher) to help you learn the Spanish Colours in various ways. By the end of the lesson, you should have a good handle on the colours, as well as the proper pronounciations for each of the words. Includes: red, brown, green, white, orange, yellow, blue, black, grey, purple, pink.
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The Spanish to English Dictionary featured at the Chromlea Language Tutor may contain some errors in the Spanish language. It is to be seen with a grain of salt, as all the content is from actual user submissions and not checked for grammatical / spelling accuracy (though we do correct our content as we are informed of errors). We wish you the best with your learning Spanish and hope you can find this site helpful in your Spanish language study.