Fulvous- Word of the day
of a dull brownish yellow : tawny
Fulvous was derived in the 19th century from the Latin word fulvus.
- Male pigeon has fulvous brown head and thorax.
- The leaves are pale corneous in color, sometimes fulvous.
- In the past, the barred owl may include only three subspecies, subsequent to the separation of the fulvous and cinereous forms.
- It is rather solid, glossy, sub pellucid and of a uniform fulvous color.
- The owl’s face and throat have rich, fulvous and rufous tints.