What color name was introduced into the English language via Plant?
The tiny colored dots that give old comics their iconic look are called?
Once upon a time in an England far from the present, Englishmen lacking a certain word to describe what we call now "orange". What we would casually call orange, they named a variety of different compound Old English words, depending on their shading, including ġeolurēad (yellow-red) to describe reddish orange, or ġeolucrog (Yellow saffron) to describe yellowish-orange.
It was not until they were introduced by the French into the fruit called "orange" in the old French of the day that the word came into effect the English language to give a clear name to that particular yellowish-red tone. The first written instance of "Orange" in color was 1512.