What Color Is Your Name? A Study Finds We Link Vowels With Colors

A new study out of the Netherlands found that when some people hear different vowel sounds, our brains associate them with a color. It's true. And you can even use that to figure out what COLOR people associate with your name.

Here's the breakdown . . .

1. A sounds like red, pink, or orange.

2. E sounds like green and orange.

3. I sounds like green and yellow.

4. O sounds like blue and purple.

5. And U sounds like blue or red.

So if your name is "Pete," that's a green and orange name. If your name is "Ivan," that's green and yellow, with maybe a little red or orange thrown in. 

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