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Birthday Color - Silver

Language of Colors - Your Birth Color

Birthday Color - Silver - Language of Colors - Your Birth Color

April 11th - 20th April
October 14th - 23rd October
Your birthday color is Silver

The Birth Color of everyone is defined by their date of birth. A Birthday color tends to speak about the general and characteristic personality features of the people, belonging to that specific Birthday color.

Silver symbolizes: You are imaginative and shy, but you like trying new things. You like to challenge yourself and you learn new things easily. Your love life is difficult and confusing.

Silver: What the Color Says About You

April 11th - 20th April
October 14th - 23rd October
Birth Color - Silver:

Metallic grey or silver is a color tone resembling gray that is a representation of the color of polished silver. The first recorded use of silver as a color name in English was in 1481. In heraldry, the word argent is used, derived from Latin argentum over Medieval French argent. Like turquoise, orange and purple, silver has no common rhyme.

You love trying new things and you are imaginative and fun. You like to challenge yourself and you learn things effortlessly. You give good advice and are easy for you to have a conversation with someone. When comes to friendship, you find it hard to put your trust in someone, but once you find the right friend, you trust them always.

This is how the color silver affects you:

  • If you like silver, you are considered to be sensitive, kind and gentle. Silver and white are colors associated with spirituality and the higher self.
  • Silver is considered as feminine energy, where gold is thought of as being masculine. It is associated with the moon in addition to the flow and ebb of tides. The color silver is considered as showing the way forward, illuminating and cleansing.
  • People who like silver tend to be introspective and often lost in their own world.
  • They are highly artistic, creative and creative making them good authors and poets.
  • It is believed that success comes easily to those who like silver. This may be due to the fact that people who like silver seem to be more open to new thoughts and possibilities while being resourceful.
  • On the downside, silver loving people can be temperamental as their dispositions are reflected by the changes in the lunar cycle. Frequently they live in a delusional world of fantasies.

Silver shades:

  • Bright silver opens up for intuitiveness and new ideas.
  • Dark silver/gray can mean negative things, for example fear.

Other meanings linked with the color silver:

  • The phrase "silver screen" used in reference to Hollywood and movies.
  • The saying "silver-tongued" is used to describe an amusing and expressive speaker.
  • The term "pieces of silver" refers to coins and money.
  • The expression "silver-tongued devil" refers to an articulate speaker who is possibly a liar and dishonest.
  • The phrase "silver spoon" is used to describe someone born well-to-do who has never had to work for a living.

Additional words that represent different shades and tints of the color silver:

  • metallic grey, gray and gun metal.
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