Being of the color black, producing or reflecting comparatively little light and having no predominant hue. Having little or no light: a black, moonless night. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
In light, black is lack of all color. In painting, however, the black pigment is the combination of all colors. In heraldry, black is called 'sable'. It is the opposite of white.
Origin of black[changechange source]
The word black comes from Old English blæc ('black, dark', also, 'ink'), from Proto-Germanic *blakkaz ('burned'), and from Proto-Indo-European *bhleg-. Black is the darkest color/tone on a scale.
Black in science[changechange source]
In science, an object that is black absorbs the light that hits it. Because these objects do not reflect any light, the human eye can't see any color coming from that object. The brain then sees these objects as black.
A way to create black objects is to mix pigments. A pigment works by reflecting only the color of the pigment. For example, a blue pigment absorbs all colors except blue. By mixing pigments in the right quantities, black can be made.
In sunlight, black objects become quickly warm because they absorb much light.
Meaning of black[changechange source]
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Black is associated with power, elegance, formality, safety, birth, male, and mystery. Black is a dark color, the darkest color there is. Black, along with gray and white, is a neutral color. This means that it is not a hot color or a cool color.
Black is a color seen with fear and the unknown (black holes). It can have a bad meaning (blackbird, black bunny) or a good meaning ('in the black', 'black is beautiful'). Black can stand for strength and power. It can be a formal, elegant, and high-class color (black tie, black Mercedes, black man). Black clothing is dark in emo and goth subculture.