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Ochre (frae Greek: ὤχρα, frae ὠχρός, ōkhrós, pale) is a naitural clay yird pigment that is a mixtur o ferric oxide an varyin amounts o cley an saund.[1]

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  1. American Heritage Dictionary. 1969.