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Definition of black:

  1. A negro.
  2. Without color, reflecting no light, the opposite of white.
  3. Of the darkest colour; destitute of light; dark; sulien; having a cloudy look or countenance; atrociously wicked; horrible; dismal; mournful.
  4. Want of colour; the darkest of all colours; a negro; a black dress; mourning; a particle of soot or black dirt.
  5. To blacken; to soil. Black and blue, livid. Black and white, writing or print.

Black \b-la-ck\

Meaning:
dark-skinned
Origin:
English
Details:
Black as a boy's name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Black is "dark-skinned".
Meaning:
Pollack, Blake.

Google Ngram Viewer results for black:

This graph shows how "black" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for black:

  1. If the onion turns black, throw away all the mushrooms.
  2. We shall sit there in the corner by the young lady in black.
  3. Suddenly the door was opened, while she hesitated to ring again, and by a black man!

Quotes for black:

  1. When I was 24 I went to Nigeria and it was such a culture shock, growing up in Australia and suddenly being the only white man in this unit full of black men. - Bruce Beresford
  2. Some of the free lunch programs were still goin' on- based on the last leg of the Black Panther Party. - Kool Moe Dee
  3. This is about black people selling out other black people. - John Mellencamp
  4. I think everybody has the ability to fall in love with a man or with a woman or a white person or a black person or a Jewish person or a Protestant person or whatever. - Ally Sheedy
  5. So for Bullitt, I just put my black hat back on. - Robert Vaughn

Rhymes for black:

  1. aback, arrack, attack, knick-knack, repack.
  2. ack, akc, back, bak, brac, brack, braque, cac, caq, clack, crack, dac, dack, fac, flack, flak, hack, haq, jac, jack, knack, lac, lack, lak, mac, mack, mak, nack, pac, pack, pak, paque, plack, plaque, quack, rack, rak, sac, sack, sak, shack, shaq, slack, smack, snack, spak, stac, stack, tac, tack, tak, trac, track, trak, unpack, wack, whack, wrack, yack, yak, zach, zack, zak.
  3. dak.

Idioms for black:

  1. the pot calling the kettle black
  2. the black sheep ( of the family)
  3. in black and white
  4. black sth out
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