That`s all! (Rubio, although usually translated as „blonde,“ more often refers to anyone whose natural hair color is lighter than dark brown.) Like any other Spanish name, the colors that serve as nouns have a plural form. * Naranja is used in many places to designate color and fruit. When this form is used, the following rules apply. When using Anaranjado, follow the normal rules for color adjectives. Cómo te hace sentir el color.. ? (How does it work. do you feel?) But beyond the fact that you know the names of the colors and have read a few examples, do you really know anything about them? Let`s first go back to the list of colors I gave you at the beginning of the post. If you take a closer look, you will see that there are four possible endings for a color in its dictionary form: -o, -a, -e or a consonant. .