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  7  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Green  \Green\,  a.  [Compar.  {Greener};  superl.  {Greenest.}]  [OE. 
  grene,  AS  gr?ne;  akin  to  D.  groen,  OS  gr?ni,  OHG.  gruoni 
  G.  gr?n,  Dan.  &  Sw  gr?n,  Icel.  gr?nn;  fr  the  root  of  E. 
  grow.  See  {Grow.}] 
  1.  Having  the  color  of  grass  when  fresh  and  growing; 
  resembling  that  color  of  the  solar  spectrum  which  is 
  between  the  yellow  and  the  blue;  verdant;  emerald. 
  2.  Having  a  sickly  color;  wan. 
  To  look  so  green  and  pale.  --Shak. 
  3.  Full  of  life  aud  vigor;  fresh  and  vigorous;  new  recent; 
  as  a  green  manhood;  a  green  wound. 
  As  valid  against  such  an  old  and  beneficent 
  government  as  against  .  .  .  the  greenest  usurpation. 
  4.  Not  ripe;  immature;  not  fully  grown  or  ripened;  as  green 
  fruit,  corn,  vegetables,  etc 
  5.  Not  roasted;  half  raw.  [R.] 
  We  say  the  meat  is  green  when  half  roasted.  --L. 
  6.  Immature  in  age  or  experience;  young;  raw;  not  trained; 
  awkward;  as  green  in  years  or  judgment. 
  I  might  be  angry  with  the  officious  zeal  which 
  supposes  that  its  green  conceptions  can  instruct  my 
  gray  hairs.  --Sir  W. 
  7.  Not  seasoned;  not  dry;  containing  its  natural  juices;  as 
  green  wood,  timber,  etc  --Shak. 
  {Green  brier}  (Bot.),  a  thorny  climbing  shrub  ({Emilaz 
  rotundifolia})  having  a  yellowish  green  stem  and  thick 
  leaves,  with  small  clusters  of  flowers,  common  in  the 
  United  States;  --  called  also  {cat  brier}. 
  {Green  con}  (Zo["o]l.),  the  pollock. 
  {Green  crab}  (Zo["o]l.),  an  edible,  shore  crab  ({Carcinus 
  menas})  of  Europe  and  America;  --  in  New  England  locally 
  named  {joe-rocker}. 
  {Green  crop},  a  crop  used  for  food  while  in  a  growing  or 
  unripe  state,  as  distingushed  from  a  grain  crop,  root 
  crop,  etc 
  {Green  diallage}.  (Min.) 
  a  Diallage,  a  variety  of  pyroxene. 
  b  Smaragdite. 
  {Green  dragon}  (Bot.),  a  North  American  herbaceous  plant 
  ({Aris[ae]ma  Dracontium}),  resembling  the  Indian  turnip; 
  --  called  also  {dragon  root}. 
  {Green  earth}  (Min.),  a  variety  of  glauconite,  found  in 
  cavities  in  amygdaloid  and  other  eruptive  rock,  and  used 
  as  a  pigment  by  artists;  --  called  also  {mountain  green}. 
  {Green  ebony}. 
  a  A  south  American  tree  ({Jacaranda  ovalifolia}),  having 
  a  greenish  wood,  used  for  rulers,  turned  and  inlaid 
  work  and  in  dyeing. 
  b  The  West  Indian  green  ebony.  See  {Ebony}. 
  {Green  fire}  (Pyrotech.),  a  composition  which  burns  with  a 
  green  flame.  It  consists  of  sulphur  and  potassium 
  chlorate,  with  some  salt  of  barium  (usually  the  nitrate), 
  to  which  the  color  of  the  flame  is  due. 
  {Green  fly}  (Zo["o]l.),  any  green  species  of  plant  lice  or 
  aphids,  esp.  those  that  infest  greenhouse  plants. 
  {Green  gage},  (Bot.)  See  {Greengage},  in  the  Vocabulary. 
  {Green  gland}  (Zo["o]l.),  one  of  a  pair  of  large  green  glands 
  in  Crustacea,  supposed  to  serve  as  kidneys.  They  have 
  their  outlets  at  the  bases  of  the  larger  antenn[ae]. 
  {Green  hand},  a  novice.  [Colloq.] 
  {Green  heart}  (Bot.),  the  wood  of  a  lauraceous  tree  found  in 
  the  West  Indies  and  in  South  America,  used  for 
  shipbuilding  or  turnery.  The  green  heart  of  Jamaica  and 
  Guiana  is  the  {Nectandra  Rodi[oe]i},  that  of  Martinique  is 
  the  {Colubrina  ferruginosa}. 
  {Green  iron  ore}  (Min.)  dufrenite. 
  {Green  laver}  (Bot.),  an  edible  seaweed  ({Ulva  latissima}); 
  --  called  also  {green  sloke}. 
  {Green  lead  ore}  (Min.),  pyromorphite. 
  {Green  linnet}  (Zo["o]l.),  the  greenfinch. 
  {Green  looper}  (Zo["o]l.),  the  cankerworm. 
  {Green  marble}  (Min.),  serpentine. 
  {Green  mineral},  a  carbonate  of  copper,  used  as  a  pigment. 
  See  {Greengill}. 
  {Green  monkey}  (Zo["o]l.)  a  West  African  long-tailed  monkey 
  ({Cercopithecus  callitrichus}),  very  commonly  tamed,  and 
  trained  to  perform  tricks.  It  was  introduced  into  the  West 
  Indies  early  in  the  last  century,  and  has  become  very 
  abundant  there 
  {Green  salt  of  Magnus}  (Old  Chem.),  a  dark  green  crystalline 
  salt,  consisting  of  ammonia  united  with  certain  chlorides 
  of  platinum. 
  {Green  sand}  (Founding)  molding  sand  used  for  a  mold  while 
  slightly  damp,  and  not  dried  before  the  cast  is  made 
  {Green  sea}  (Naut.),  a  wave  that  breaks  in  a  solid  mass  on  a 
  vessel's  deck. 
  {Green  sickness}  (Med.),  chlorosis. 
  {Green  snake}  (Zo["o]l.),  one  of  two  harmless  American  snakes 
  ({Cyclophis  vernalis},  and  {C.  [ae]stivus}).  They  are 
  bright  green  in  color. 
  {Green  turtle}  (Zo["o]l.),  an  edible  marine  turtle.  See 
  {Green  vitriol}. 
  a  (Chem.)  Sulphate  of  iron;  a  light  green  crystalline 
  substance,  very  extensively  used  in  the  preparation  of 
  inks,  dyes,  mordants,  etc 
  b  (Min.)  Same  as  {copperas},  {melanterite}  and  {sulphate 
  of  iron}. 
  {Green  ware},  articles  of  pottery  molded  and  shaped,  but  not 
  yet  baked. 
  {Green  woodpecker}  (Zo["o]l.),  a  common  European  woodpecker 
  ({Picus  viridis});  --  called  also  {yaffle}. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Green  \Green\  (gren),  n. 
  1.  The  color  of  growing  plants;  the  color  of  the  solar 
  spectrum  intermediate  between  the  yellow  and  the  blue. 
  2.  A  grassy  plain  or  plat;  a  piece  of  ground  covered  with 
  verdant  herbage;  as  the  village  green. 
  O'er  the  smooth  enameled  green.  --Milton. 
  3.  Fresh  leaves  or  branches  of  trees  or  other  plants; 
  wreaths;  --  usually  in  the  plural. 
  In  that  soft  season  when  descending  showers  Call 
  forth  the  greens,  and  wake  the  rising  flowers. 
  4.  pl  Leaves  and  stems  of  young  plants,  as  spinach,  beets, 
  etc.,  which  in  their  green  state  are  boiled  for  food. 
  5.  Any  substance  or  pigment  of  a  green  color. 
  {Alkali  green}  (Chem.),  an  alkali  salt  of  a  sulphonic  acid 
  derivative  of  a  complex  aniline  dye,  resembling  emerald 
  green;  --  called  also  {Helvetia  green}. 
  {Berlin  green}.  (Chem.)  See  under  {Berlin}. 
  {Brilliant  green}  (Chem.),  a  complex  aniline  dye,  resembling 
  emerald  green  in  composition. 
  {Brunswick  green},  an  oxychloride  of  copper. 
  {Chrome  green}.  See  under  {Chrome}. 
  {Emerald  green}.  (Chem.) 
  a  A  complex  basic  derivative  of  aniline  produced  as  a 
  metallic,  green  crystalline  substance,  and  used  for 
  dyeing  silk,  wool,  and  mordanted  vegetable  fiber  a 
  brilliant  green;  --  called  also  {aldehyde  green}, 
  {acid  green},  {malachite  green},  {Victoria  green}, 
  {solid  green},  etc  It  is  usually  found  as  a  double 
  chloride,  with  zinc  chloride,  or  as  an  oxalate. 
  b  See  {Paris  green}  (below). 
  {Gaignet's  green}  (Chem.)  a  green  pigment  employed  by  the 
  French  artist,  Adrian  Gusgnet  and  consisting  essentially 
  of  a  basic  hydrate  of  chromium. 
  {Methyl  green}  (Chem.),  an  artificial  rosaniline  dyestuff, 
  obtained  as  a  green  substance  having  a  brilliant  yellow 
  luster;  --  called  also  {light-green}. 
  {Mineral  green}.  See  under  {Mineral}. 
  {Mountain  green}.  See  {Green  earth},  under  {Green},  a. 
  {Paris  green}  (Chem.),  a  poisonous  green  powder,  consisting 
  of  a  mixture  of  several  double  salts  of  the  acetate  and 
  arsenite  of  copper.  It  has  found  very  extensive  use  as  a 
  pigment  for  wall  paper,  artificial  flowers,  etc.,  but 
  particularly  as  an  exterminator  of  insects,  as  the  potato 
  bug;  --  called  also  {Schweinfurth  green},  {imperial 
  green},  {Vienna  green},  {emerald  qreen},  and  {mitis 
  {Scheele's  green}  (Chem.),  a  green  pigment,  consisting 
  essentially  of  a  hydrous  arsenite  of  copper;  --  called 
  also  {Swedish  green}.  It  may  enter  into  various  pigments 
  called  {parrot  green},  {pickel  green},  {Brunswick  green}, 
  {nereid  green},  or  {emerald  green}. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Green  \Green\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Greened}  (great):  p.  pr  & 
  vb  n.  {Greening}.] 
  To  make  green. 
  Great  spring  before  Greened  all  the  year.  --Thomson. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Green  \Green\,  v.  i. 
  To  become  or  grow  green.  --Tennyson. 
  By  greening  slope  and  singing  flood.  --Whittier. 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  similar  to  the  color  of  fresh  grass  [syn:  {greenish},  {light-green}, 
  2:  not  seasoned;  "green  wood";  "green  pelts"  [syn:  {uncured}] 
  3:  lacking  training  or  experience;  "the  new  men  were  eager  to 
  fight";  "raw  recruits";  "he  shipped  as  a  green  hand  on  a 
  vessel"  [syn:  {raw},  {new},  {wet  behind  the  ears(p)}] 
  4:  not  fully  developed  or  mature;  "unripe  fruit";  "fried  green 
  tomatoes"  [syn:  {unripe},  {unripened},  {immature}]  [ant:  {ripe}] 
  5:  easily  deceived  or  tricked;  "at  that  early  age  she  had  been 
  gullible  and  in  love"  [syn:  {fleeceable},  {gullible}] 
  n  1:  the  property  of  being  green;  resembling  the  color  of  growing 
  grass  [syn:  {greenness},  {viridity}] 
  2:  a  piece  of  open  land  for  recreational  use  in  an  urban  area; 
  "they  went  for  a  walk  in  the  park"  [syn:  {park},  {commons}, 
  3:  a  river  that  rises  in  western  Wyoming  and  flows  southward 
  through  Utah  to  become  a  tributary  of  the  Colorado  River 
  [syn:  {Green},  {Green  River}] 
  4:  an  area  of  closely  cropped  grass  surrounding  the  hole  on  a 
  golf  course  [syn:  {putting  green}] 
  5:  any  of  various  leafy  plants  or  their  leaves  and  stems  eaten 
  as  vegetables  [syn:  {greens},  {leafy  vegetable}] 
  v  :  turn  or  become  green;  "The  trees  are  greening" 
  From  U.S.  Gazetteer  (1990)  [gazetteer]: 
  Green,  KS  (city,  FIPS  28425) 
  Location:  39.43027  N,  96.99997  W 
  Population  (1990):  150  (64  housing  units) 
  Area:  0.5  sq  km  (land),  0.0  sq  km  (water) 
  Zip  code(s):  67447 
  Green,  OH  (village,  FIPS  31664) 
  Location:  40.94765  N,  81.48648  W 
  Population  (1990):  3553  (1236  housing  units) 
  Area:  7.9  sq  km  (land),  0.0  sq  km  (water) 
  Green,  OR  (CDP,  FIPS  30750) 
  Location:  43.14921  N,  123.38222  W 
  Population  (1990):  5076  (1807  housing  units) 
  Area:  14.5  sq  km  (land),  0.4  sq  km  (water) 
  From  The  Free  On-line  Dictionary  of  Computing  (13  Mar  01)  [foldoc]: 
  A  language  proposed  by  Cii  {Honeywell-Bull}  to  meet  the  DoD 
  {Ironman}  requirements  which  led  to  {Ada}.  This  language  won 
  in  1979. 
  ["On  the  GREEN  Language  Submitted  to  the  DoD",  E.W.  Dijkstra 
  SIGPLAN  Notices  13(10):16-21  (Oct  1978)]. 

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