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A tertiary color is a color made by mixing one primary color with one secondary color, in a given color space such as RGB or  RYB.
Unlike primary and secondary colors, these are not represented by one firmly established name each, but the following examples include some typical names.
Brown and grey are sometimes known as Tertiary colors and can be made by mixing complementary colors.
RGB or CMY primaries
File:RBG color wheel.svg Primary, secondary, and tertiary colors of the RGB color wheel
Tertiary color names are seldom used in descriptions of
RGB (or equivalently CMYK) systems, but the names below represent colors in the right hue neighborhood. [
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Traditional painting (RYB)
red–yellow–blue system as used in traditional painting, tertiary colors are typically named by combining the names of the adjacent primary and secondary. 
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