Definition of Red-green colour blindness

1. Noun. Confusion of red and green.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red-green Colour Blindness

red-card
red-carpet
red-carpet(a)
red-coated
red-crested pochard
red-crested pochards
red-deer
red-eared slider
red-eared sliders
red-eye
red-eyed vireo
red-faced
red-faced cormorant
red-flowered silky oak
red-green color blindness
red-green colour blindness (current term)
red-green dichromacy
red-gum
red-haired
red-handed
red-headed
red-header
red-hot poker
red-ink
red-lead putty
red-leaved
red-leg
red-legged partridge
red-legged tinamou

Literary usage of Red-green colour blindness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Nineteenth Century (1892)
"... confine ourselves to the consideration of the particular variety of partial colour-blindness which we shall call red- green colour-blindness. ..."

2. Lessons in elementary physiology by Thomas Henry Huxley (1902)
"... particularly since red- green colour-blindness is most common and red and green are exactly the two colours ordinarily used for signals. ..."

3. Lessons in Elementary Physiology by Thomas Henry Huxley (1915)
"... particularly since red-green colour-blindness is most common and red and green are exactly the two colours ordinarily used for signals. ..."

4. The Diagnosis of Nervous Diseases by James Purves-Stewart (1908)
"Congenital red-green colour-blindness is the commonest variety. Yellow-blue colour-blindness is less common. If a patient be totally colour-blind he will ..."

5. The Diagnosis of Nervous Diseases by James Purves-Stewart (1906)
"Congenital red-green colour-blindness is the commonest variety. Yellow-blue colour-blindness is rarer. If a patient be totally colour-blind he will confuse ..."

6. Infant Schools: Their History and Theory by David Salmon, Winifred Hindshaw (1904)
"... the " red-green colour-blindness," in which red and green are not distinguished from each other—the child " matches " a dark red with a dark green, ..."

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