Definitions for azureˈæʒ ər
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the blue of a clear or unclouded sky; a light, purplish shade of blue.
the heraldic color blue.
the clear, cloudless sky.
(adj.)of or having the color azure.
Origin of azure:
1275–1325; ME asure < AF, OF, ult. alter. of Ar al lazuwar(d) (by misdividing the initial l together with the article) < Pers lāzhuwardlapis lazuli
azure, cerulean, sapphire, lazuline, sky-blue(adj)
a light shade of blue
azure, cerulean, sky-blue, bright blue(verb)
of a deep somewhat purplish blue color similar to that of a clear October sky
"October's bright blue weather"
"Morning azured the village"
A blue colour on a coat of arms, represented in engraving by horizontal parallel lines.
The unclouded sky; the blue vault above.
To colour blue.
Sky-blue; resembling the clear blue colour of the unclouded sky; cerulean; also, cloudless.
In blazon, of the colour blue.
Origin: azur, derived from لازورد, dropping the l as if it were equivalent to the French article l'. The is from لاجورد, from the region of Lajward in Turkestan.
sky-blue; resembling the clear blue color of the unclouded sky; cerulean; also, cloudless
the lapis lazuli
the clear blue color of the sky; also, a pigment or dye of this color
the blue vault above; the unclouded sky
a blue color, represented in engraving by horizontal parallel lines
to color blue