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Alternative names of Crayola crayons

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Since the introduction of Crayola drawing crayons by Binney & Smith in 1903, many colors have been known by alternate names. This list provides a concordance of those names.

Map of the United States, depicted in the colors of the Crayola State Colors Collection.[1][2]

Background[edit | edit source]

Most of the original names described common artists' pigments, especially those of oil paints, which the crayons were intended to replicate; but over time, many of these names were simplified. Beginning in 1926, the Crayola line included names based on the Munsell color system, and through 1949 most new crayons represented light, medium, or dark shades of colors appearing on color wheels of ten or twelve main hues, expanded to eighteen in 1958. With the introduction of the No. 64 Box in 1958, many existing colors received unique names, most of which remained consistent through 1990.[1]

The introduction of specialty crayons beginning in the 1970s added a number of new names to the Crayola lineup, but it was not until the explosion of new product lines and "fun" alternate names for regular colors in the 1990s that the number of names appearing on Crayola crayons expanded exponentially.[1] Together with the addition of new crayons to the regular packaging, these names create a potentially confusing maze of information, thereby necessitating this list. Much of the information on this list is derived from Ed Welter's Definitive History of the Colors of Crayola.[3][4]

Some names in this table are followed by Roman numerals, indicating that the same name was used to refer to different colors at different points in time. These numerals are not part of a color's name.

A[edit | edit source]

  • Abe Lincoln's Hat was an alternate name of Black, the color for Illinois in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • After-burner Orange was an alternate name of Atomic Tangerine in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Alamo a la Mode was an alternate name for Blue Bell, the color for Texas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Alice's Lipstick was an alternate name for Red in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Aligator Alley was an alternate name for Asparagus, the color for Florida in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Aloha Aquamarine was an alternate name for Aquamarine, the color for Hawaii in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Almond has been part of Crayola assortments since 1998. Known as Remarkable Mount Rushmore, the color for South Dakota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.
  • A-maize-ing Iowa was an alternate name for Dandelion, the color for Iowa in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Amber Waves of Grain was an alternate name for Canary in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • America the Blue-tiful was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Antique Brass is a metallic crayon, first added to Crayola assortments in 1998. Known as Mom's Apple Pie in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Apple Red is an alternate name of Orange-Red used in Mexico.[1]
  • Apricot has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Goldfish Gold in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, Seahorse Beige in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Yankee Doodle Dandelion in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Aqua Blue is an alternate name of Cerulean used in Mexico.[1]
  • Aquamarine is the name given to Light Turquoise Blue since 1958. Known as Aquarium Aqua in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, and Aloha Aquamarine, the color for Hawaii in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Aquarium Aqua was an alternate name for Aquamarine in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Archway Gray was an alternate name for Gray, the color for Missouri in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Asparagus has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. Also known as Avocado Green in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, and Alligator Alley, the color for Florida in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Asteroid Brown was an alternate name of Brown (II) used in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Atomic Tangerine is the name given to the fluorescent color originally known as Ultra Yellow from 1972 to 1990. Known as Transistor Yellow in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, and After-burner Orange in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1][4][5]
  • Avocado Green was an alternate name for Asparagus in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Awesome was an alternate name for Wild Watermelon in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Azure Blue was the name given to the color originally known as Blue (I) from 1903 to 1935, and Celestial Blue (II) from 1935 to 1949. It was produced under this name from 1949 to 1958.[1]

B[edit | edit source]

  • Banana Bonanza is an alternate name for Goldenrod for the Minions edition 8-count crayon sampler pack in 2015.[1]
  • Banana Mania was added to Crayola assortments in 1998.[1]
  • Bear Hug was an alternate name for Beaver in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Beaver has been part of Crayola assortments since 1998. Known as Kodiak Bear Brown, the color for Alaska in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Bee-Utah-ful was an alternate name for Sunglow, the color for Utah in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Beige: see Patrick Potato Beige and Pink Beige.
  • Bell Bottom Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Best Friends was an alternate name for Orchid in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • BeYOUtiful Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Big Sky was an alternate name for Sky Blue, the color for Montana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Binneywinkle was an alternate name for Periwinkle in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Birdie Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Birthday Bash Blue was an alternate name for Robin's Egg Blue in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Bittersweet has been found in Crayola assortments since 1958.[1]
  • Black has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. Known as Kitty Cat Black in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, Black Hole, Mussel Shell Black, and Starry Night in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, both Cosmic Black and Shades of Black in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Cauldron Black in the "Halloween Crayons" series, 2001, Abe Lincoln's Hat, the color for Illinois in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Night Owl in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Black Eyed Susan was an alternate name for Dandelion in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Black Hole was an alternate name of Black in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Blast Off was an alternate name for Razzle Dazzle Rose in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Blizzard Blue was the name given to the fluorescent color previously known as Ultra Blue from 1972 to 1990. It was discontinued in 2003. Known as Web Surfin' Blue in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Blue (I) appeared in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1935, when it was replaced by Blue (II), and renamed Celestial Blue (II). It continued under this name until 1949, when it became Azure Blue, and was produced under that name until 1958.[1][3]
  • Blue (II) replaced Blue (I) in 1935, and continued under this name until 1949, when it was replaced by Blue (III) and was renamed Medium Blue, under which name it continued until 1958.[1][3]
  • Blue (III) has been a part of the Crayola lineup since 1949, when it replaced Blue (II). Known as Birdie Blue in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, both Deep Sea and Galaxy Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Mole Blue in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997, Overalls Blue in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997, Bell Bottom Blue in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Iron Man Blue in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, Liberty Blue in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, Bushkill Blue in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003, and America the Blue-tiful in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Blue Bell was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998. Known as Alamo a la Mode, the color for Texas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Blue Ribbon was a special color produced in 1996 to celebrate the production of the one hundred billionth Crayola crayon, and included only in limited edition No. 96 boxes.[1]
  • Blue-Gray, also spelled Blue Gray, was included in Crayola assortments from 1958 until 1990, when it was retired.[1][6]
  • Blue-Green (I), also spelled Blue Green, was found in assortments from 1930 to 1949, when it was replaced by Blue-Green (II).[1]
  • Blue-Green (II), also spelled Blue Green, is the name given to Middle Blue Green since 1958.[1]
  • Blue Purple is an alternate name of Violet-Blue used in Mexico.[1]
  • Blue-Violet (I), also spelled Blue Violet, was part of Crayola assortments from 1930 to 1958, when it was replaced by Blue Violet (II) and renamed Violet-Blue.[1]
  • Blue-Violet (II), also spelled Blue Violet, is the name given to Violet (III) in 1958, when it replaced Blue-Violet (I). Still known as Violet in Mexico, where Violet (III) is known as Purple.[1]
  • Bluetiful was introduced to Crayola assortments in 2017.
  • Blush is the name given to Cranberry in 2005.[1]
  • Boardwalk was an alternate name for Tumbleweed, the color for New Jersey in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Bobby Banana Yellow was an alternate name for Dandelion in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Boston Tea Party was an alternate name for Burnt Sienna, the color for Massachusetts in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Brick Red has been part of Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Rocket Red in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, Platform Shoe Brown in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Pepe Bell Pepper Red in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004, and Hog Wild Red, the color for Arkansas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Brilliant Rose was part of the Crayola lineup from 1949 to 1956, and was included in the first No. 64 box in 1958, before being discontinued.[1][4]
  • Brink Pink was found in Crayola assortments from 1998 to 2005, when it was renamed Pink Sherbert. Known as Indianappleous Red, the color for Indiana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Brown (I), also known as Van Dyke Brown, was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1935, when it was replaced by Brown (II).[1]
  • Brown (II) has been found in Crayola assortments since 1935, when it replaced Brown (I). Known as Bunny Brown in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, both Asteroid Brown and Ocean Floor in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Mouse Brown in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997, Woodstock Mud in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Lincoln Penny in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, Mississippi Mud Pie, the color for Mississippi in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Freckle in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Bug Yellow was an alternate name for Dandelion in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Bullfrog Green was an alternate name for Green in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997.[1]
  • Bunch of Grapes Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Bunny Brown was an alternate name for Brown (II) in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Burnt Orange has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1958.[1]
  • Burnt Sienna has been part of Crayola assortments since 1903. Known as Boston Tea Party, the color for Massachusetts in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Burnt Umber was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1944.[1][3]
  • Bushkill Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]

C[edit | edit source]

  • Cadet Blue has been part of Crayola assortments since 1958.[1]
  • Cajun Crawfish Orange was an alternate name for Red-Orange, the color for Louisiana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Canary was added to Crayola assortments in 1998. Known as Amber Waves of Grain in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Candy Apple Red was an alternate name for Red in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Caribbean Green was added to Crayola assortments in 1997.[1]
  • Caribbean Sea was an alternate name of Sky Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Carmine or Carmine Red was part of the Crayola lineup from 1935 to 1958.[4][5]
  • Carnation Pink is the name given to Rose Pink since 1958. Known as Flamingo Pink in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, Pink in Mexico since 1990, Cherry Blossom (I) in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Palmer Pink in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Carrot is an alternate name for Dandelion used in Mexico.[1]
  • Cauldron Black was an alternate name for Black in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Celestial Blue (I) was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][3][4]
  • Celestial Blue (II) was the name given to Blue (I) in 1935, when it was replaced by Blue (II). It was produced under this name until 1949, when it was renamed Azure Blue, and continued under that name until 1958.[1]
  • Cerise has been part of Crayola assortments since 1993.
  • Century Cornflower was an alternate name for Cornflower in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Cerulean has been included in Crayola assortments since 1990. Known as Aqua Blue in Mexico, and Magaruite Cerulean, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.[1]
  • Cerulean Blue was part of the Crayola lineup from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Charcoal Gray was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][3]
  • Chartreuse was a fluorescent color produced from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Laser Lemon.[1]
  • Cheesy Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997.[1]
  • Cherry Blossom (I) was an alternate name for Carnation Pink in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Cherry Blossom (II) was an alternate name for Salmon, the color of Washington, D.C. in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Chestnut is the name given to Indian Red in 1999. Known as Maple Syrup, the color for Vermont in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2][7][3]
  • Chevaulin Chartreuse was an alternate name for Laser Lemon, the fluorescent color previously known as Chartreuse, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.
  • Chile Pepper Red was an alternate name for Scarlet, the color of New Mexico in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Chrome Green: see Dark Green (I), Light Green (I), and Medium Green.
  • Chrome Yellow: see Light Yellow and Medium Yellow.
  • Circuit Board Green was an alternate name of Shamrock in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Coal Miner was an alternate name for Outer Space, the color of West Virginia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Cobalt Blue was part of the Crayola lineup from 1903 to 1958. It was also known as Light Blue (I) in boxes manufactured for E. P. Charlton stores from 1903 to 1917.[1][3]
  • Comet Tail was an alternate name of White with Confetti Glitter (not one of the standard drawing crayons) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Copper was part of Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1915, when it was discontinued. It was returned to production as part of the regular lineup in 1958.[1]
  • Coqui Green was an alternate name for Olive Green, the color for Puerto Rico in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Coral Purple was an alternate name for Wisteria in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Cornflower has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Century Cornflower in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003, and 10,000 Lakes of Blue, the color for Minnesota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Cornhusker Yellow was an alternate name for Goldenrod, the color for Nebraska in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Cosmic Black was an alternate name for Black in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Cotton Candy was added to Crayola assortments in 1998.[1]
  • Courage was an alternative name for Red in the St. Judes commemorative assortment, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Cultured Pearl from the Pearl Brites line (a specialty package) was included in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Crabby Red was an alternate name for Red in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Cranberry was found in Crayola assortments from 1998 to 2005, when it was renamed Blush.[1]
  • Cyber Space Orange was an alternate name for Orange in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]

D[edit | edit source]

  • Dandelion was part of Crayola assortments from 1990 to 2017. Known as Carrot in Mexico, Floppy Yellow in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, Sun Glow in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Bug Yellow in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Black Eyed Susan in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, Bobby Banana Yellow in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004, and A-maize-ing Iowa, the color for Iowa in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2][5][6]
  • Dark Blue was a name given to Prussian Blue in boxes manufactured for E. P. Charlton stores from 1903 to 1917.[1]
  • Dark Chrome Green: see Dark Green (I).
  • Dark Green (I) or Green, Dark, originally Dark Chrome Green or Chrome Green, Dark, was a part of Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1949. It was revived as Pine Green in 1958.[1]
  • Dark Green (II) replaced Dark Green (I) in 1949, and was renamed Forest Green in 1958.[1]
  • Dark Red was found in Crayola assortments from 1949 to 1958, when it was renamed Maroon.[1]
  • Dark Venetian Red or Venetian Red, Dark was a shade of Venetian Red found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][4]
  • Dawn's Early Light was an alternate name for Macaroni and Cheese in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1]
  • Deep Sea was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Deep Sea (Blue)".[1]
  • Denim has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993.[1]
  • Desert Sand was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998. Known as Tater Tan, the color for Idaho in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Dolphin Fin was an alternate name for Periwinkle in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]

E[edit | edit source]

  • Eggplant was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998.[1]
  • Electric Eel Yellow was an alternate name for probably Dandelion in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Electric Green is an alternate name for Electric Lime used in Europe.[1]
  • Electric Lime is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990. Known as Electric Green in Europe, Point & Click Green in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, Lift-off Lime in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Las Vegas Lights, the color for Nevada in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • English Vermilion or Vermillion was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1935.[1][3][4]

F[edit | edit source]

  • Famous was an alternate name for Hot Magenta (II) in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Fern was added to Crayola assortments in 1998. Known as Palmetto, the color for South Carolina in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Fiery Orange is an alternate name for Neon Carrot used in Europe.[1]
  • Fire Fly Yellow was an alternate name for Lemon Yellow in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • First State Fuchsia was an alternate name for Fuchsia, the color for Delaware in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Flamingo Pink was an alternate name for Carnation Pink in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Flesh is the name given to Flesh Tint from 1949 to 1962, except for the period from 1956 to 1958, when it was known as Pink Beige. In 1962 it was renamed Peach, ostensibly in recognition of the civil rights movement.[1][8][3]
  • Flesh Tint was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1949, when it was renamed Flesh. From 1956 to 1958, the same color was known as Pink Beige, and since 1962 it has been named Peach.[1]
  • Floppy Yellow was an alternate name for Dandelion in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Flower Power Pink was an alternate name for Wild Watermelon in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Forest Green is the name given to Dark Green (II) since 1958. Known as Grass Green in Mexico, Tambourine Green in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, and Greenback in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Fort Knox Gold was an alternate name for Gold (II), the color for Kentucky in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Francis Scott Key Lime was an alternate name for Granny Smith Apple in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Francis Scott Kiwi was an alternate name for Screamin' Green, the color for Maryland in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Freckle was an alternate name for Brown (II) in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Freshly Squeezed was an alternate name for Orange in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Fruited Plains was an alternate name for Wisteria in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Fuchsia has been included in Crayola assortments since 1990. Known as First State Fuchsia, the color for Delaware in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Fun in the Sun was an alternate name for Vivid Tangerine in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Fuzzy Wuzzy, originally Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown, has been part of the Crayola assortment since 1998.[1][4]

G[edit | edit source]

  • Galactic Gold was an alternate name for Gold (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Galaxy Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Gamboge Yellow was an alternate name for Maximum Yellow found on hexagonal crayons made from 1941 to 1944.[1]
  • Geranium: see Permanent Geranium Lake.
  • Ghostly Silver was an alternate name for Silver in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Giselle's Pink Dress was an alternate name for Tickle Me Pink in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997.[1]
  • Give Peach a Chance was an alternate name for Peach in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Giving Tree was an alternate name for Screamin' Green in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Glowing Eyes Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow Orange in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Gold (I) was a metallic color available in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1915, and then in bulk until 1944.[1]
  • Gold (II) is a metallic color, first available in bulk from 1953 to 1956, then in Crayola assortments since 1956. Known as both Galactic Gold and Sunken Treasure in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Fort Knox Gold, the color for Kentucky in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Gold Ochre or Golden Ochre was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1958, when it was renamed Maize. Under this name it continued until being retired in 1990.[1]
  • Goldenrod, found as Golden Rod on some labels, is the name given to Medium Yellow since 1958. Known as Presidential Seal Gold in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Cornhusker Gold, the color for Nebraska in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Goldfish Gold was an alternate name for Apricot in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Go O's was an alternate name for Orange in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Grand Canyon was an alternate name for Tan, the color for Arizona in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1]
  • Granny Smith Apple has been part of Crayola assortments since 1993. Also known as Francis Scott Key Lime in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, and Sacra-mint-o, the color for California in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Graphic Green was an alternate name for Green in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Grass Green is an alternate name of Forest Green used in Mexico.[1]
  • Grape Hatteras was an alternate name for Royal Purple, the color for North Carolina in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Gray is the name given to Neutral Gray since 1956. Known as both Satellite Gray and Shark Skin Gray in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Ugly Duckling Gray in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997, Martin the Mouse Gray in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997, Monument Gray in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Archway Gray, the color for Missouri in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Green has been part of Crayola assortments since 1903. Known as Leap Frog Green in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, Graphic Green in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, both Martian Green and Sea Serpent Green (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Bullfrog Green in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997, Mole's Green Boots in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997, and Jalapeño in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Green, Dark: see Dark Green (I).
  • Green, Light: see Light Green (I).
  • Green, Medium: see Medium Green.
  • Green-Blue, also spelled Green Blue, was part of Crayola assortments from 1958 until 1990, when it was retired.[1][6]
  • Green-Yellow, also spelled Green Yellow, has been part of Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Tye-Dye Lime in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1][3]
  • Greenback was an alternate name for Forest Green in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Grey: see Charcoal Gray, Middle Grey, Neutral Gray, Gray, and Blue-Gray.

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  • Happy Ever After was an alternate name for Turquoise Blue in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Harbor Lights was an alternate name for Silver in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Heart of Dixie was an alternate name for Razzmatazz, the color for Alabama in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1]
  • Hedgehog Pink was an alternate name for Tickle Me Pink in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997.[1]
  • Hetty the Duck Blue was an alternate name for Periwinkle in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997.[1]
  • Hog Wild Red was an alternate name for Brick Red, the color for Arkansas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Hot Magenta (I) was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Razzle Dazzle Rose.[1]
  • Hot Magenta (II) is a fluorescent color introduced in 1990. Known as Magic Magenta in Europe.[1]

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  • Inchworm was added to Crayola assortments in 2003.[1]
  • Independence Indigo was an alternate name for Indigo, the color of Pennsylvania in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Indian Red has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. In 1999, the crayon was renamed Chestnut, ostensibly due to concerns that children would believe that the name referred to the skin color of American Indians, rather than the reddish pigment from India from which its name derived.[1][7][3]
  • Indianappleous Red was an alternate name for Brink Pink, the color for Indiana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Indigo was added to Crayola assortments in 1999. Known as Independence Indigo, the color of Pennsylvania in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Infra Red was an alternate name for Wild Watermelon in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Iron Man Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1][3]

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  • Jack O'Lantern Orange, also spelled Jack 'O' Lantern Orange, was an alternate name of Orange in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004. As Jack-o-Lantern Orange it was included in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Jalapeño was an alternate name for Green in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Jazzberry Jam was added to the Crayola lineup in 2003. Known as Newport Jazzberry Festival, the color for Rhode Island in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Jellyfish Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Jellyfish Purple (Violet)".[1]
  • Juicy Orange was an alternate name for Red-Orange in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Jungle Green has been included in Crayola assortments since 1990. Known as Land of the Free in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Jupiter Orange was an alternate name for Orange in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]

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  • Kitty Cat Black was an alternate name for Black in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Kodiak Bear Brown was an alternate name for Beaver, the color for Alaska in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]

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  • Lady Liberty was an alternate name for Sea Green, the color for New York in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Ladybug was an alternate name for Red in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Lake: see Madder Lake and Permanent Geranium Lake.
  • Land of the Free was an alternate name for Jungle Green in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Las Vegas Lights was an alternate name for Electric Lime, the color for Nevada in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Laser Lemon is the name given to the fluorescent color originally known as Chartreuse from 1972 to 1990. Also known as Chevaulin Chartreuse, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.[1][4]
  • Lavender (I) was part of Crayola assortments from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Lavender (II) has been produced since 1958. Known as Plum Purple in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, and as both Saturn's Ring and Starfish Lavender in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Leap Frog Green was an alternate name for Green in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Lemon Yellow was an alternate name for Light Yellow from 1903 to 1910. In 1958, Light Yellow was renamed Lemon Yellow, which it remained until its retirement in 1990. Also known as Fire Fly Yellow in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1][6]
  • Liberty Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1][3]
  • Lift-off Lime was an alternate name for Electric Lime in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Light Blue (I) was a name used for Cobalt Blue in boxes manufactured for E. P. Charlton stores from 1903 to 1917.[1]
  • Light Blue (II) was included in the first No. 64 boxes in 1958, but discontinued later that year.[1]
  • Light Chrome Green: see Light Green (I).
  • Light Chrome Yellow: see Light Yellow.
  • Light Green (I) or Green, Light, originally Light Chrome Green or Chrome Green, Light, was part of crayola assortments from 1903 to 1949.[1]
  • Light Green (II) replaced Light Green (I) in 1949, and continued until 1958, when it was renamed Sea Green.[1]
  • Light Magenta was found in Crayola assortments from 1949 to 1958, when it became Thistle. It continued under this name until its retirement in 1999.[1]
  • Light Turquoise Blue was found in Crayola assortments from 1949 to 1958, when it was renamed Aquamarine.[1]
  • Light Venetian Red or Venetian Red, Light was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1]
  • Light Yellow, originally Light Chrome Yellow or Chrome Yellow, Light, was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 until 1958, when it was renamed Lemon Yellow. Under this name it continued until its retirement in 1990. It was also known as Lemon Yellow in some assortments produced from 1903 to 1910.[1]
  • Lincoln Penny was an alternate name for Brown in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Lobster Red was an alternate name for Red in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, where it was the color for Maine. On "Discovery" series labels "Lobster Red (Red)".[1][2]
  • Lucy Lettuce Green was an alternate name for Shamrock in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]

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  • Macaroni and Cheese, also spelled Macaroni & Cheese, Macaroni-n-Cheese, and Macaroni n Cheese, has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Dawn's Early Light in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Madder Lake was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1935.[1][3][4]
  • Magaruite Cerulean was an alternate name for Cerulean, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.[1]
  • Magenta or Permanent Magenta has been part of Crayola assortments since 1903.[1]
  • Magic Magenta is an alternate name for Hot Magenta (II) in Europe.[1]
  • Magic Mint was a fluorescent color, produced from 1990 to 2003. Known as Peppermint Green in Europe.[1][5]
  • Mahogany has been found in Crayola assortments since 1949. Known as Tennesienna, the color for Tennessee in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Maize was the name given to Gold Ochre from 1958 to 1990, when the color was retired.[1][6]
  • Manatee was added to Crayola assortments in 1998.[1]
  • Mandarine Orange is an alternate name of Red-Orange used in Mexico.[1]
  • Mango Tango has been part of the Crayola lineup in 2003.[1]
  • Maple Syrup was an alternate name for Chestnut, the color for Vermont in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Maroon is the name given to Dark Red since 1958. Known as Megahertz Maroon in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, Rockets' Red Glare (I) in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Williamsburgundy, the color for Virginia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Martian Green was an alternate name for Green in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Martian Green (Green)".[1]
  • Martin the Mouse Gray was an alternate name for Gray in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997.[1]
  • Mauvelous has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Tropical Reef Mauve in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Maximum Blue was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Blue Green was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Blue Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Green was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Green Yellow was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Red was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Red Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Yellow was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944. Also known as Gamboge Yellow on hexagonal crayons made from 1941 to 1944.[1]
  • Maximum Yellow Red was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Medium Blue was the color given to Blue (II) in 1949, when it was replaced by Blue (III). It was produced until 1958.[1]
  • Medium Chrome Green: see Medium Green.
  • Medium Chrome Yellow: see Medium Yellow.
  • Medium Green or Green, Medium, originally Medium Chrome Green, was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1939.[1][5]
  • Medium Orange was a name given to Middle Yellow Red from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Medium Red-Violet was part of Crayola assortments from 1949 to 1958, when it was renamed Orchid.[1]
  • Medium Rose was found in assortments from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Medium Violet was found in assortments from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Medium Yellow, originally Medium Chrome Yellow, was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1958, when it was renamed Goldenrod.[1]
  • Megabyte Blue was an alternate name for Pacific Blue in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Megahertz Maroon was an alternate name for Maroon in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Mellow Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow-Orange in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Melon has been part of Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Sweet Georgia Peach, the color for Georgia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2][3]
  • Mercury Red was an alternate name for Red in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Mercury Red (Red)".[1]
  • Middle Blue was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Blue Green was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944. A color of this name was found in assortments from 1949 to 1958, when it became Blue-Green (II).[1]
  • Middle Blue Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Green was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Green Yellow was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Grey, also spelled Middle Gray, was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944. It was incorporated into the regular Crayola line as "Neutral Gray" from 1930 to 1956, when it became simply "Gray".[1]
  • Middle Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Red was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Red Purple was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1]
  • Middle Yellow was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944.[1][5]
  • Middle Yellow Red was one of the Munsell colors, produced from 1926 to 1944. It continued as Medium Orange from 1949 to 1958.[1]
  • Midnight Blue is the name given to Prussian Blue since 1958. As Prussian Blue, the color has been part of Crayola assortments since 1903. Known as Midnight Gloom in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1][8]
  • Midnight Gloom was an alternate name for Midnight Blue in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Milky Way was an alternate name for Sky Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Mississippi Mud Pie was an alternate name for Brown (II), the color for Mississippi in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Mole Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997.[1]
  • Mole's Green Boots was an alternate name for Green in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997.[1]
  • Mom's Apple Pie was an alternate name for Antique Brass in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Monster Green was an alternate name for Yellow-Green in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Monument Gray was an alternate name for Gray in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Moon Rock was an alternate name for Tumbleweed in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Moonbeam Blue was an alternate name for Robin's Egg Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Moovalous Cheese was an alternate name for Yellow-Orange, the color of Wisconsin in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Motown Blues was an alternate name for Navy Blue, the color for Michigan in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Mountain Meadow was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998.[1]
  • Mouse Brown was an alternate name for Brown (II) in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997.[1]
  • Mulberry was included in Crayola assortments from 1958 to 2003.[1][5]
  • Mussel Shell Black was an alternate name for Black in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Mussel Shell Black (Black)".[1]

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  • Navy Blue has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Motown Blues, the color for Michigan in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Neon Carrot is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990. Known as Fiery Orange in Europe, and On-line Orange in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Neutral Gray, also spelled Neutral Grey, was the name given to Middle Grey from 1930 to 1956, when it was renamed Gray.[1]
  • Newport Jazzberry Festival was an alternate name for Jazzberry Jam, the color of Rhode Island in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Night Owl was an alternate name for Black in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Nutmeg was an alternate name for Raw Sienna (II), the color for Connecticut in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]

O[edit | edit source]

  • Ocean Floor was an alternate name for Brown (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Ocean Floor (Brown)".[1]
  • Ocean Green Pearl was used in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Old Man Granite Gray was an alternate name for Timber Wolf, the color for New Hampshire in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Olive Green has been part of Crayola assortments since 1903. Known as Coqui Green, the color for Puerto Rico in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • On-line Orange was an alternate name for Neon Carrot in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Orange has been a part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. Known as Jack O'Lantern Orange in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, and Jack-o-Lantern Orange in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001; Cyber Space Orange in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, Jupiter Orange, Shrimp, and Solar Flare in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Go O's in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, Orange You Glad You're in America in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Freshly Squeezed in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Orange-Red, also spelled Orange Red, was part of the Crayola lineup from 1958 to its retirement in 1990. Known as "Apple Red" in Mexico.[1][6]
  • Orange-Yellow, also spelled Orange Yellow, was included in Crayola assortments from 1958 to 1990, when it was retired.[1][6]
  • Orange You Glad You're in America was an alternate name for Orange in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Orchid is the name given to Medium Violet Red since 1958.[1]
  • Oregon Trail was an alternate name for Sepia, the color for Oregon in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Organic Orange was an alternate name for Vivid Tangerine in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Outer Space was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998. Known as Coal Miner, the color for West Virginia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Outrageous Orange is the name given to the fluorescent color known as Ultra Orange from 1972 to 1990.[1]
  • Overalls Blue was an alternate name for Blue (III) in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997.[1]

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  • Pacific Blue has been included in the Crayola lineup since 1993. Known as Megabyte Blue in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, Pacific Ocean in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Sea to Shining Sea in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Pacific Ocean was an alternate name for Pacific Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Palmer Pink was an alternate name for Carnation Pink in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Palmetto was an alternate name for Fern, the color for South Carolina in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Panhandle Paintbrush was an alternate name for Sunset Orange, the color for Oklahoma in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Patrick Potato Beige was an alternate name for Tumbleweed in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Peace Dove White was an alternate name for White in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Peace, Love & Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Peach is the color given to Flesh in 1962, traditionally in recognition of the Civil Rights movement. Also known as Pimpernel Peach, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998, and Give Peach a Chance in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1][8][3]
  • Peacock Blue was an alternate name for Sky Blue in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Pencilvania Purple was an alternate name for Purple Mountains' Majesty in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Pepe Bell Pepper Red was an alternate name for Brick Red in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Peppermint Green was an alternate name for Magic Mint used in Europe.[1]
  • Periwinkle has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Dolphin Fin in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Hetty the Duck Blue in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997, and Binneywinkle in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Permanent Geranium Lake was found in "Rubens" Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][4][5]
  • Permanent Magenta: see Magenta.
  • Perry Prunes Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Pig Pink, also known as Piggy Pink, was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998.[1]
  • Pike's Peak Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III), the color for Colorado in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Pimpernel Peach was an alternate name for Peach found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.[1]
  • Pine Green is the name given to Dark Green (I) when it was restored to Crayola assortments in 1958.[1]
  • Pineapple Yellow is an alternate name of Yellow-Orange used in Mexico.[1]
  • Pink was an alternate name for Rose Pink used from 1903 to 1917, and for the same color (now Carnation Pink) in Mexico since 1990.[1]
  • Pink Beige was a name given to Flesh from 1956 to 1958. Since 1962 the color has been named Peach.[1][3]
  • Pink Flamingo was added to the Crayola lineup in 1997.[1]
  • Pink Sherbert is the name given to Brink Pink in 2005.[1]
  • Platform Shoe Brown was an alternate name for Brick Red in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Plug & Play Pink was an alternate name for Shocking Pink in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Plum has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958.[1]
  • Plum Purple was an alternate name for Lavender in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Point & Click Green was an alternate name for Electric Lime in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Powerful Purple was an alternate name for Purple Pizzazz used in Europe.[1]
  • Presidential Seal Gold was an alternate name for Goldenrod in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Prussian Blue was a part of Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1958, when it was renamed Midnight Blue. It was also known as Dark Blue in boxes manufactured for E. P. Charlton stores from 1903 to 1917.[1][8]
  • Psychedelic Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Pulsar Pink was an alternate name for Tickle Me Pink in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Purple was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to about 1914, when it was renamed Violet (I). It continued under this name until 1930, when it was replaced by Violet (II). The name is also used as an alternate name of Violet in Mexico.[1]
  • Purple Heart was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998.[1]
  • Purple Mountains' Majesty, also spelled Purple Mountain Majesty and Purple Mountain's Majesty, has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Pencilvania Purple in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Purple Pizzazz is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990. Known as Powerful Purple in Europe.[1]

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  • Radical Red is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990.[1]
  • Ravenous Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003.[1]
  • Raw Sienna (I) was part of Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][3][5]
  • Raw Sienna (II) has been found in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Nutmeg, the color for Connecticut in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2][3]
  • Raw Umber was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1990, when it was retired.[1][3][5][6]
  • Ray Raisin Purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Razzle Dazzle Rose is the name given to the fluorescent color originally known as Hot Magenta (I) from 1972 to 1990. Known as Blast Off in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.
  • Razzmatazz has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Heart of Dixie, the color for Alabama in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Red has been a part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. Known as Candy Apple Red in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, both Lobster Red and Mercury Red in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Scarlet Red, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998, Crabby Red in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, Alice's Lipstick in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003, Lobster Red, the color for Maine in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Ladybug Red in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Red-Orange, also spelled Red Orange, has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1930. Known as Mandarine Orange in Mexico, Juicy Orange in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, and Cajun Crawfish Orange, the color for Louisiana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Red-Violet, also spelled Red Violet, has been found in Crayola assortments since 1930. Known as Ultra Violet in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, and Rock 'n Roll Raspberry, the color for Ohio in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Remarkable Mount Rushmore was an alternate name for Almond, the color for South Dakota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Robin's Egg Blue has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. Known as Moonbeam Blue in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Birthday Bash Blue in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Rock 'n Roll Raspberry was an alternate name for Red-Violet, the color of Ohio in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Rocket Red was an alternate name of Brick Red in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Rockets' Red Glare (I) was an alternate name for Maroon in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Rockets' Red Glare (II) was an alternate name for Wild Strawberry in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Rose: see Rose Pink, Brilliant Rose, and Medium Rose.
  • Rose Pink, also found as Pink from 1903 to 1917, was part of Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1958, when it was renamed Carnation Pink.[1]
  • Royal Purple has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1990. Known as Grape Hatteras, the color for North Carolina in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]

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  • Sacra-mint-o was an alternate name for Granny Smith Apple, the color for California in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Salmon has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1949. Known as Cherry Blossom (II), the color for Washington, D.C. in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Sandy Beach was an alternate name for Tan in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Satellite Gray was an alternate name for Gray in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Saturn's Ring was an alternate name for Lavender (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Scarlet is the name given to Torch Red since 1998. Known as Shag Carpet Orange in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, and Chile Pepper Red, the color for New Mexico in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1]
  • Scarlet Red was an alternate name for Red, found only in the special Scarlet Pimpernel set, 1998.[1]
  • Screamin' Green is the name given to the fluorescent color previously known as Ultra Green from 1972 to 1990. Known as Francis Scott Kiwi, the color for Maryland in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[4]
  • Scruffy Pink was an alternate name for Tickle Me Pink in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997.[1]
  • Sea Green is the name given to Light Green (II) since 1958. Known as Sea Serpent Green in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, and Lady Liberty, the color for New York in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Sea Serpent Green (I) was an alternate name for Sea Green in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992.[1]
  • Sea Serpent Green (II) was an alternate name for Green in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Sea Serpent Green (Green)"[1]
  • Sea to Shining Sea was an alternate name for Pacific Blue in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Seahorse Beige was an alternate name for Apricot in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Sepia was added to the Crayola in 1935, but only available in bulk until 1939. It was included in the No. 52 box from 1939 to 1944, but not produced again until 1958, when it returned to assortments with the No. 64 box. Known as Oregon Trail, the color for Oregon in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Shades of Black was an alternate name for Black in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Shadow was added to the Crayola lineup in 1998.[1]
  • Shag Carpet Orange was an alternate name for Scarlet in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Shamrock has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Circuit Board Green in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, U. S. Mint in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Lucy Lettuce Green in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004.[1]
  • Shark Skin Gray was an alternate name for Gray in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Shocking Pink is the name given to the fluorescent color previously known as Ultra Pink from 1972 to 1990. Known as Plug & Play Pink in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Shrimp was an alternate name for Orange in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels Shrimp (Orange).[1]
  • Sienna: see Burnt Sienna and Raw Sienna.
  • Silver is a metallic color, first offered in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1915, then in bulk until 1944, and again in assortments since 1949. Known as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Harbor Lights in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, and Ghostly Silver in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Sky Blue has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1958. Known as Peacock Blue in the second "So Big" set, 1988–1992, both Caribbean Sea and Milky Way in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Sky's the Limit Blue in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003, and Big Sky, the color for Montana in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Sky's the Limit Blue was an alternate name for Sky Blue in the special "Colors of Binney & Smith" set, 2003.[1]
  • Solar Flare was an alternate name for Orange in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Solar Flare (Orange)".[1]
  • Space Needle was an alternate name for White, the color for Washington in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Space Shuttle White was an alternate name for White in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Spring Green has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958.[1]
  • Squid Tan was an alternate name for Tumbleweed in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Starfish Lavender was an alternate name for Lavender (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Starlight Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Starlight Yellow (Yellow)".[1]
  • Starry Night was an alternate name for Black in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Strawberry is an alternate name of Wild Strawberry used in Mexico.[1]
  • Sun Glow was an alternate name for Dandelion in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Sunfish Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Sunfish Yellow (Yellow)".[1]
  • Sunglow is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990. Known as Bee-Utah-ful, the color for Utah in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Sunken Treasure was an alternate name for Gold (II) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Sunny Side Up was an alternate name for Yellow in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1]
  • Sunset Orange was added to Crayola assortments in 1997. Known as Panhandle Paintbrush, the color for Oklahoma in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Sunshine Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004.[1]
  • Super Happy was an alternate name for Laser Lemon in the "Kids' Choice Colors" edition of the No. 64 box, 2008–2009.[1]
  • Sweet Georgia Peach was an alternate name for Melon, the color for Georgia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2][3]

T[edit | edit source]

  • Tambourine Green was an alternate name for Forest Green in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Tan has been included in Crayola assortments since 1958. Known as Sandy Beach in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Grand Canyon, the color for Arizona in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Target Red was an alternate name for Red in the "Target" No. 8, 2004–2006.[1]
  • Tater Tan was an alternate name for Desert Sand, the color for Idaho in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Teal Blue was part of the Crayola lineup from 1990 to 2003.[1][5]
  • 10,000 Lakes of Blue was an alternate name for Cornflower, the color for Minnesota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Tennesienna was an alternate name for Mahogany, the color for Tennessee in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Thistle is the name given to Light Magenta from 1958 until its retirement in 1999.[1]
  • Tickle Me Pink has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. Known as Pulsar Pink in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Scruffy Pink in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997, Hedgehog Pink in the Hallmark Mouse & Mole set, 1997, Giselle's Pink Dress in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997, and Wild Prairie Rose, the color for North Dakota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Timberwolf has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. Known as Old Man Granite Gray, the color for New Hampshire in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Torch Red was added to Crayola assortments in 1998, but renamed Scarlet later that year.[1]
  • Transistor Yellow was an alternate name for Atomic Tangerine in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Tropical Rain Forest has been included in Crayola assortments since 1993.[1]
  • Tropical Reef Mauve was an alternate name for Mauvelous in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Tumbleweed has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1993. Known as both Moon Rock and Squid Tan in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Patrick Potato Beige in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, and Boardwalk, the color for New Jersey in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Turquoise Blue was added to the Crayola lineup in 1935, but was only available in bulk until 1949, when it was added to assortments.[1]
  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star was an alternate name for Silver in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998.[1]
  • Tye-Dye Lime was an alternate name for Green-Yellow in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1][3]

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  • Ugly Duckling Gray was an alternate name for Gray in the Hallmark Ugly Duckling set, 1997.[1]
  • Ultra Blue was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Blizzard Blue. It continued under that name until being discontinued in 2003.[1]
  • Ultra Green was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Screamin' Green.[1]
  • Ultra Orange was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Outrageous Orange.[1]
  • Ultra Pink was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Shocking Pink.[1]
  • Ultra Red was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Wild Watermelon.[1]
  • Ultra Violet was an alternate name for Red-Violet in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • Ultra Yellow was a fluorescent color from 1972 to 1990, when it was renamed Atomic Tangerine.[1]
  • Ultramarine Blue was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1944.[1][3]
  • Umber: see Burnt Umber and Raw Umber.
  • Unmellow Yellow is a fluorescent color, introduced in 1990. Known as Yellowstone, the color of Wyoming in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • U. S. Mint was an alternate name for Shamrock in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]

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  • Van Dyke Brown was an alternate name for Brown (I), found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1910.[1][3][4]
  • Venetian Red was found in Crayola assortments from 1903 to 1944.[1][3]
  • Venetian Red, Dark: see Dark Venetian Red.
  • Venetian Red, Light: see Light Venetian Red.
  • Venus Violet was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998. On labels "Venus Violet (Purple)".[1]
  • Vermilion or Vermillion: see English Vermilion.
  • Violet (I) was the name given to Purple about 1914. It continued under this name until 1930, when it was replaced by Violet (II).[1]
  • Violet (II) replaced Violet (I) in 1930, and was found in Crayola assortments until 1949, when it was replaced by Violet (III). When that color became Blue-Violet (II) in 1958, Violet (II) returned to production. However, this color is still known as Violet in Europe, where Violet (III) is known as Purple.[1]
  • Violet (III) replaced Violet (II) in 1949, and was found in Crayola assortments until 1958, when Violet (II) returned, and it was renamed Blue-Violet (II), replacing Blue-Violet (I), which became Violet-Blue. Labeled "Violet (Purple)" since 1973. Known as Purple in Mexico, Bunch of Grapes Purple in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, www.purple in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, both Jellyfish Purple and Venus Violet in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Psychedelic Purple in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Ravenous Purple in the "Colors of Baltimore" series, 2002–2003, both Perry Prunes Purple and Ray Raisin Purple in the "Dole 5-A-Day" set, 2003–2004, Pike's Peak Purple, the color for Colorado in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Peace, Love & Purple in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Violet-Blue, also spelled Violet Blue, was the name given to Blue-Violet (I) in 1958. It continued under this name until it was retired in 1990. Known as Blue Purple in Mexico.[1][6]
  • Vivid Tangerine has been part of Crayola assortments since 1990. Known as Organic Orange in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • Vivid Violet was added to the Crayola lineup in 1997.[1]

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  • Web Surfin' Blue was an alternate name for Blizzard Blue in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • White has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. Known as Space Shuttle White in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Peace Dove White in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, White House in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006, and Space Needle, the color for Washington in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • White House was an alternate name for White in the "Colors of Washington, DC" series, 2002–2006.[1]
  • Wild Blue Yonder was added to Crayola assortments in 2003.[1]
  • Wild Prairie Rose was an alternate name for Tickle Me Pink, the color for North Dakota in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Wild Strawberry has been found in Crayola assortments since 1990. Known simply as Strawberry in Mexico, and Rockets' Red Glare in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.
  • Wild Watermelon is the name given to the fluorescent color known as Ultra Red from 1972 to 1990. Known as Infra Red in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, and Flower Power Pink in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1][2]
  • Williamsburgundy was an alternate name for Maroon, the color for Virginia in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Wisteria has been part of Crayola assortments since 1993. Known as Coral Purple in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, and Fruited Plains in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Woodstock Mud was an alternate name for Brown (II) in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000.[1]
  • World Wide Web Yellow was an alternate name for Yellow in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]
  • www.purple was an alternate name for Violet (III) in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999.[1]

Y[edit | edit source]

  • Yankee Doodle Dandelion was an alternate name for Apricot in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Yellow has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1903. Known as Sunshine Yellow in the "So Big" set, 1983–2004, World Wide Web Yellow in the "Techno Brite" series, 1997–1999, both Starlight Yellow and Sunfish Yellow in the "Discovery" series, 1997–1998, Cheesy Yellow in the Hallmark Tales of the Tooth Fairy set, 1997, Yellow Brick Road, the color for Kansas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006, and Sunny Side Up in the 110th Anniversary set, 2013.[1][2]
  • Yellow, Light: see Light Yellow.
  • Yellow, Medium: see Medium Yellow.
  • Yellow Brick Road was an alternate name for Yellow, the color for Kansas in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Yellow-Green, also spelled Yellow Green, has been part of the Crayola lineup since 1930. Known as Monster Green in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001.[1]
  • Yellow-Orange, also spelled Yellow Orange, has been found in Crayola assortments since 1930. Known as Pineapple Yellow in Mexico, Mellow Yellow in the "Retro Colors" set, 1999–2000, Glowing Eyes Yellow in the Halloween Crayons series, 2001, and Moovalous Cheese, the color for Wisconsin in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]
  • Yellow Red: see Maximum Yellow Red and Medium Yellow Red.
  • Yellowstone was an alternate name for Unmellow Yellow, the color for Wyoming in the "State Crayon Collection", 2004–2006.[1][2]

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