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This one is ddifficult - never thought of it. To me Wednesday is white, it's a very light day. And sundays could be any colour associated with a sunset, so I like it in dark orange. But I don't have a colour-feeling to the others... very interesting. How do you combine the days with colours? Is it a feeling? And what else is colourfull in your perception, maybe also numbers? Or forms ...
This is more difficult than the months, yes. I'm not sure where the colors come from – we can explain it with the nature when it comes to the months, but what about other words? For me, every letter/word/number/symbol has a color, some may vary, some are constant. This would be a good topic for a scientific research, I guess.
Fascinating! Yes, I agree, this topic deserves a lot of research, and poems ... the colours of the abstract world of the mind. It's in a way like connecting both sides of the brain. By the way, does even God have a colour or colours for you? Or all colours, only one without a colour ... and are the colours connected to your liking of the words, numbers ... ? For example maybe if a language is a lot like your favorite colour, maybe it's very easy for you to learn it ...
That's a good question. The word "God" is purple for me, because of the G. I have to think about the other questions, I don't know... The Spanish language is full of strong colors, maybe also because of the spelling. English is more bright, softer, just like butter. And German is a mixture of all colors. How do you "see" languages? Are they also different for you or does it depend only on a word (and its meaning) itself?
Languages, to me, are very much related to their nation(s), so Spanish is spicy, it is broader than for example Italien, which is also faster in my perception. But colours? I don't see them as colours, in the first place.