Good job, Robbie! The sheet looks much better now. I've added turquoise in Russian, Polish and Dutch but I can't be bothered looking for a proper translation of mauve. Anyone eager to add vanilla, claret and terracotta?
There seems to be quite some vagueness about the purple/violet thing in a lot of languages; could this possibly be because of the background colours used? Though it seems the terms are used pretty interchangably in Norwegian, perhaps it's as simple as that?
(I also split Norwegian nto Bokmål and Nynorsk, hope that's ok).
The word for "colour" in french is couleurs, and in chinese is "色" pronounce : sè.
I want to say i am not a native chinese speaker but found it was interesting to have the colours in chinese in this thread, so if a chinese speaker want to correct anything... I learned the basic colours and i knew them but needed a dictionnary to fill in the other colours.
I also added beige/crème in french, i hope "beige" can be consider the same colour as cream...
I also tried to change the order of apparition of the colours so that it seems as a rainbow...
Also: silbergrau (silver-grey), messinggelb (yellow like brass), kupferbraun (brown with a red lustre)
Violet, purple and mauve are often referred to as violett or lila without differentiation. More correct would be: violet = violett, purple = purpur, purpurfarben, mauve = fliederfarben (literally "lilac-coloured").