English to Malay Meaning :: auburn

Auburn :
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Adjective(1) (of hair

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(1) His tousled auburn hair almost hid his eyes, and the freckles dotted his face like the stars in the galaxy.(2) Her hair flowed loose down her back and the sunlight caught the strong glints of auburn in it.(3) Her hair, a lustrous shade of auburn , waves about her waxen face.(4) The strange youth had curly dark auburn hair, that fell in unkempt tangles across his shoulders.(5) Her dusty auburn hair was long and wild as she stepped down from her horse.(6) I pushed Melena's auburn hair away from her face and her head leaned towards me.(7) She was a lovely woman, a few years older than Ava, with striking auburn hair and round brown eyes.(8) Her hair was darker and had more auburn in it that it used to, and her eyes had a shimmer of pale green in them.(9) She tucked her long auburn hair inside it and pulled the hood over her head.(10) She was striking to look at - auburn hair, bright-blue eyes, high cheekbones and a great figure.(11) In the dark, it was hard to tell what color his hair was, but her memory painted it a warm, red auburn .(12) Her still damp auburn hair hung limply in ringlets, brushing her bare shoulders.(13) The middle daughter had rich auburn hair and green eyes like sparkling emeralds.(14) Her hair, which had once been a beautiful shade of auburn , was now the color of mud and old dried blood.(15) Her long auburn hair was the same colour as Tanya's, but Tanya keeps hers up in a ponytail.(16) She climbed onto her horse, and ran a hand through her auburn hair.
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Adjective
1. reddish-brown ::
berwarna perang kemerahan
2. red-brown ::
merah-coklat
4. tawny ::
tawny
5. russet ::
russet
6. chestnut ::
berangan
8. coppery ::
tembaga
9. rufous ::
rufous
10. rust ::
karat
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A lock of Maggie\'s
flaming auburn hair.

A lock of Maggie's flaming AUBURN hair.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 6


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