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2009-04-16 13:11:10
2009-04-16 13:11:10

This is a very interesting question, and believe it or not, it comes up frequently. I personally think (and I could be totally wrong), that there is no way to describe any color to some one who has been blind from birth. We can also ask, "does a blind person from birth dream, and if so what do they see, if anything." I will be looking in on this question from time to time. I am very interested in what others have to say.

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ANSWER Color is also Different for every person, as your irises are different from others. If they have ever seen some color, then you could compare it, otherwise, then you would be just best to compare it to things that have tastes or colors, since how could they imagine it. Here is a good question, what do blind people see in their thoughts? Colors, even People?

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I think it is nearly impossible to describe any color to a blind person, unless they weren't born blind. They might understand the color black because that is all they see.


I presume you mean 'a blind person'. Impossible to describe colours to a person who had been blind from birth.


Well I dont know if you actually know someone who is blind, but, i found this website and im sure it could help answer your question.http://www.wikihow.com/Describe-a-Color-to-a-Blind-Person


Most blind people are satisfied if you just name the color. You can't describe them because color must be seen. However, the blind people that I know do enjoy hearing that something is "red" or "white" or whatever color, because that helps them classify things.


you can't. It would be like asking a numb person to sense temperature.


In my opinion, black is the easiest colour to describe to a blind person. Ask the person what they see? When they answer nothing, that is the colour of black. Dark, unseeable. Or at least that is how I would describe it.


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vibrant, stands out, unique, cheerful, bright,and eye catching


It is creamy like a cup of hot chocolate on a cold day with a dark warmness.


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