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Red-Brown

The historical and traditional name for this color is red-brown.
The color in the color box(color #A52A2A) that was chosen as the web color "brown"—a medium dark red—is the color traditionally called red-brown. That this color is a shade of red and not orange can be easily ascertained by inspecting its h (hue) code, which is 0, signifying a shade of red.
The first recorded use of red-brown as a color name in English was in 1682.

red-brown

HEX: #A52A2A
HSV: (0°, 75%, 65%)
RGB: rgb(165, 42, 42)

Rosy Brown

At a hue of 359, it is classified as a red-brown.

The color name rosy brown first came into use in 1987, when this color was formulated as one of the X11 colors, which in the early 1990s became known as the X11 web colors.

rosy brown

HEX: #BC8F8F
HSV: (359°, 25%, 63%)
RGB: rgb(188, 143, 143)

Burnt umber

Burnt umber is made by heating raw umber, which dehydrates the iron oxides and changes them partially to the more reddish hematite. It is used for both oil and water color paint. At a hue of 9, it is classified as a red-brown.

The first recorded use of burnt umber as a color name in English was in 1650.

burnt umber

HEX: #8A3324
HSV: (9°, 74%, 54%)
RGB: rgb(138, 51, 36)

Wenge

Wenge refers to the distinctive color of the dark-colored wood that is the product of Millettia laurentii, a legume tree from Africa. At a hue of 9, it is classified as a red-brown.

wenge wood brown

HEX: #645452
HSV: (9°, 18%, 39%)
RGB: rgb(100, 84, 82)

Chestnut

The color chestnut. At a hue of 10, it is classified as a red-brown.

chestnut

HEX: #954535
HSV: (10°, 54%, 68%)
RGB: rgb(149, 69, 53)

Smokey Topaz

At a hue of exactly 15, it is classified as an red-brown or orange-brown. It can also be called a vermilion-brown.
This color was formulated by Crayola in 1994 as one of the colors in the Gem Tones set.

smokey topaz

HEX: #832A0D
HSV: (15°, 90%, 51%)
RGB: rgb(131, 42, 13)

Desert Sand

The color desert sand. At a hue of 19, it is classified as an orange-brown.

It may be publicly regarded as a deep shade of beige. It is a pale tint of a color called desert.

The color name "desert" was first used in 1920.

desert sand

HEX: #EDC9AF
HSV: (19°, 26%, 92%)
RGB: rgb(237, 201, 175)

Dark Brown

Dark brown is a dark tone of color brown. At a hue of 19, it is classified as an orange-brown.

dark brown

HEX: #5C4033
HSV: (19°, 45%, 36%)
RGB: rgb(92, 64, 51)

Beaver

Beaver is a shade of brown representative of the color of a beaver. At a hue of 22, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The first recorded use of beaver as a color name in English was in 1705.

The color "beaver" was formulated as one of the Crayola colors in 1998.

Etymologically, it's believed that the words "brown" and "beaver" ultimately stem from the same root word.

beaver

HEX: #9F8170
HSV: (22°, 30%, 62%)
RGB: rgb(159, 129, 112)

Cocoa Brown

Chocolate is created from the cocoa bean. A cacao tree with cocoa bean fruit pods (which are filled with cocoa beans inside of them) in various stages of ripening. At a hue of 25, it is classified as an orange-brown.

cocoa brown

HEX: #D2691E
HSV: (25°, 86%, 82%)
RGB: rgb(210, 105, 30)

Russet

Russet is a dark brown color with a reddish-orange tinge. At a hue of 26, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The first recorded use of russet as a color name in English was in 1562.

The name of the color derives from russet, a coarse cloth made of wool and dyed with woad and madder to give it a subdued gray or reddish-brown shade. By the statute of 1363, poor English people were required to wear russet.

Russet, a color of fall, is often associated with sorrow or grave seriousness. Anticipating a lifetime of regret, Shakespeare's character Biron says: "Henceforth my wooing mind shall be express'd / In russet yeas and honest kersey noes." (Love's Labour's Lost, Act V, Scene 1)

russet

HEX: #80461B
HSV: (26°, 79%, 50%)
RGB: rgb(128, 70, 27)

Buff

Buff is a pale yellow-brown color that got its name from the color of buffed leather. At a hue of 28, it is classified as an orange-brown.

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, buff as a descriptor of a color was first used in the London Gazette of 1686, describing a uniform to be "A Red Coat with a Buff-colour'd lining".

buff

HEX: #DAA06D
HSV: (28°, 50%, 85%)
RGB: rgb(218, 160, 109)

Kobicha

The color kobicha (brown-nose) is displayed at right. At a hue of 28, it is classified as an orange-brown.

It is one of the Japanese traditional colors that has been in use since 660 AD in the form of various dyes used in designing kimono.

The name kobicha comes from the Japanese for the color of a type of kelp tea, but the word was often used as a synonym for a form of flattery in a curious parallel with the English usage brown nosing.

kobicha (Brown-nose)

HEX: #6B4423
HSV: (28°, 67%, 42%)
RGB: rgb(107, 68, 35)

Sandy Brown

Sandy brown is a pale shade of brown. Sandy brown is one of the web colors. At a hue of 28, it is classified as an orange-brown.

As its name suggests, it is a shade of brown which is similar to the color of some sands.

The color name sandy brown first came into use in 1987, when this color was formulated as one of the X11 colors, which in the early 1990s became known as the X11 web colors.

sandy brown

HEX: #F4A460
HSV: (28°, 61%, 96%)
RGB: rgb(244, 164, 96)

Peru

This color was originally called Peruvian brown.

The first recorded use of Peruvian brown as a color name in English was in 1924.

The color name was changed to peru in 1987, when this color was formulated as one of the X11 colors, which in the early 1990s became known as the X11 web colors.

peru

HEX: #CD853F
HSV: (30°, 69%, 80%)
RGB: rgb(205, 133, 63)

Taupe

The color taupe is a representation of the average color of the fur of the French mole.[25] At a hue of 30, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The color displayed at right matches the color sample called taupe referenced below in the 1930 book A Dictionary of Color.

The first use of "taupe" as a color name in English was in the early 19th century (exact year is not known).

taupe

HEX: #483C32
HSV: (30°, 17%, 34%)
RGB: rgb(72, 60, 50)

Walnut Brown

Walnut brown is a dark brown color; a representation of the color of walnuts. At a hue of 30, it is classified as an orange-brown.

walnut brown

HEX: #5C5248
HSV: (30°, 22%, 36%)
RGB: rgb(92, 82, 72)

Chocolate

The color chocolate. At a hue of 31, it is classified as an orange-brown.

chocolate

HEX: #7B3F00
HSV: (31°, 100%, 48%)
RGB: rgb(123, 63, 0)

Raw Umber

Derived from the color of Raw umber pigment.

At a hue of 33, it is classified as an orange-brown.

raw umber

HEX: #826644
HSV: (33°, 48%, 51%)
RGB: rgb(130, 102, 68)

Wood Brown

Wood brown is a color that resembles wood. At a hue of 33, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The source of this color is in both the 1886 book Nomenclature of Colors for Naturalists, Compendium of Useful Knowledge for Ornithologists, and the 1912 book Color Standards and Color Nomenclature by Robert Ridgway. This color list was intended for biology and botany and both are now on the Internet.

This color name has been in use since 1886 (Ridgway).

wood brown

HEX: #C19A6B
HSV: (33°, 45%, 76%)
RGB: rgb(193, 154, 107)

Tan

Tan is a pale tone of brown. At a hue of 34, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The name is derived from tannum (oak bark) used in the tanning of leather.

The first recorded use of tan as a color name in English was in the year 1590.

tan

HEX: #D2B48C
HSV: (34°, 33%, 82%)
RGB: rgb(210, 180, 140)

Khaki

This is the web color called khaki in HTML/CSS. At a hue of 37, it is classified as an orange-brown.

The first recorded use of khaki as a color name in English was in 1848.

khaki

HEX: #F0E68C
HSV: Unavailable
RGB: rgb(240, 230, 140)

Beige

Beige is a light tan color representative of the color of unbleached wool. At a hue of 60, it is classified as a yellow-brown.

beige

HEX: #F5F5DC
HSV: (60°, 10%, 96%)
RGB: rgb(245, 245, 220)

*Colored because the color(beige) is almost invisible*