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sal·low 1

 (săl′ō)
adj. sal·low·er, sal·low·est
Of a sickly yellowish hue or complexion.
tr.v. sal·lowed, sal·low·ing, sal·lows
To make sallow.

[Middle English salowe, from Old English salo.]

sal′low·ly adv.
sal′low·ness n.

sal·low 2

 (săl′ō)
n.
Any of several low-growing or shrubby European willows, especially Salix caprea or S. cinerea, having large catkins that appear early in the spring and formerly used as a source of charcoal and tannin.

[Middle English saloue, from Old English sealh.]

sallow

(ˈsæləʊ)
adj
(esp of human skin) of an unhealthy pale or yellowish colour
vb
(tr) to make sallow
[Old English salu; related to Old Norse sol seaweed (Icelandic sōlr yellowish), Old High German salo, French sale dirty]
ˈsallowish adj
ˈsallowly adv
ˈsallowness n

sallow

(ˈsæləʊ)
n
1. (Plants) any of several small willow trees, esp the Eurasian Salix cinerea (common sallow), which has large catkins that appear before the leaves
2. (Plants) a twig or the wood of any of these trees
[Old English sealh; related to Old Norse selja, Old High German salaha, Middle Low German salwīde, Latin salix]
ˈsallowy adj

sal•low1

(ˈsæl oʊ)

adj. -low•er, -low•est,
v. adj.
1. of a sickly, yellowish color: a sallow complexion.
v.t.
2. to make sallow.
[before 1000; Old English salo dusky, c. Old High German salo dark-colored, Old Norse sǫlr yellow]
sal′low•ish, adj.
sal′low•ness, n.

sal•low2

(ˈsæl oʊ)

n.
any of several shrubby Old World willows, esp. the pussy willow, Salix caprea.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English sealh, akin to Old High German salaha, Old Norse selja, Latin salix]

sallow


Past participle: sallowed
Gerund: sallowing

Imperative
sallow
sallow
Present
I sallow
you sallow
he/she/it sallows
we sallow
you sallow
they sallow
Preterite
I sallowed
you sallowed
he/she/it sallowed
we sallowed
you sallowed
they sallowed
Present Continuous
I am sallowing
you are sallowing
he/she/it is sallowing
we are sallowing
you are sallowing
they are sallowing
Present Perfect
I have sallowed
you have sallowed
he/she/it has sallowed
we have sallowed
you have sallowed
they have sallowed
Past Continuous
I was sallowing
you were sallowing
he/she/it was sallowing
we were sallowing
you were sallowing
they were sallowing
Past Perfect
I had sallowed
you had sallowed
he/she/it had sallowed
we had sallowed
you had sallowed
they had sallowed
Future
I will sallow
you will sallow
he/she/it will sallow
we will sallow
you will sallow
they will sallow
Future Perfect
I will have sallowed
you will have sallowed
he/she/it will have sallowed
we will have sallowed
you will have sallowed
they will have sallowed
Future Continuous
I will be sallowing
you will be sallowing
he/she/it will be sallowing
we will be sallowing
you will be sallowing
they will be sallowing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sallowing
you have been sallowing
he/she/it has been sallowing
we have been sallowing
you have been sallowing
they have been sallowing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sallowing
you will have been sallowing
he/she/it will have been sallowing
we will have been sallowing
you will have been sallowing
they will have been sallowing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sallowing
you had been sallowing
he/she/it had been sallowing
we had been sallowing
you had been sallowing
they had been sallowing
Conditional
I would sallow
you would sallow
he/she/it would sallow
we would sallow
you would sallow
they would sallow
Past Conditional
I would have sallowed
you would have sallowed
he/she/it would have sallowed
we would have sallowed
you would have sallowed
they would have sallowed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sallow - any of several Old World shrubby broad-leaved willows having large catkinssallow - any of several Old World shrubby broad-leaved willows having large catkins; some are important sources for tanbark and charcoal
genus Salix, Salix - a large and widespread genus varying in size from small shrubs to large trees: willows
willow, willow tree - any of numerous deciduous trees and shrubs of the genus Salix
florist's willow, goat willow, Salix caprea, pussy willow - much-branched Old World willow having large catkins and relatively large broad leaves
Verb1.sallow - cause to become sallow; "The illness has sallowed her face"
discolor - cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
Adj.1.sallow - unhealthy looking
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"

sallow

adjective wan, pale, sickly, pasty, pallid, unhealthy, yellowish, anaemic, bilious, jaundiced-looking, peely-wally (Scot.) His face was sallow and shiny with sweat.
glowing, rosy, radiant, ruddy, healthy-looking

sallow

adjective
Translations
شاحِب، مُمْتَقِع
bledýzažloutlýžlutavý
gusten
sárgásfakó
fölur, gulleitur
blyškus gelsvumaspageltęs
bālsdzeltenīgs
žltkavý

sallow

1 [ˈsæləʊ] ADJamarillento, cetrino

sallow

2 [ˈsæləʊ] N (Bot) → sauce m cabruno

sallow

[ˈsæləʊ] adj [skin] → cireux/euse

sallow

adjbleich, teigig; colourfahl

sallow

[ˈsæləʊ] adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl))) (complexion) → giallastro/a

sallow

(ˈsӕləu) adjective
(of a complexion) pale or yellowish, not pink.
ˈsallowness noun

sallow

a. pálido-a, lívido-a.