Green is the rendering in the A.V. of the following terms in the original, SEE COLOR, prop. some form of the root יָרִק yarak', to be pale green, as grase or an affrighted person, χλωρός; also דֶּשֶׁא, de'shac early vegetation; other less appropriate or less usuawords so rendered are לִח, laces Ge 30:37; Jg 16:7-8; Eze 17:24; Eze 20:47, moist. with sap (as in Nu 6:3), like ὑγρός, Lu 23:21, and like רָטֹב; ratob', juicy, Job 8:16; רִעֲנָן raanans, verdant with foliage (in connection with "tree," etc., "fresh" in Ps 92:10; "flounishirg" in verse 19); but in Es 1:6, the word is כִּרפִּס, karpas', fine linen (q.v.)) i.e., κάρπασος, carbasus. SEE EAR (OF CORN); SEE FIGS.