If, in fact, more words are needed, Eskimos may want to turn to the work of Ingrid Sundberg, a children's writer and illustrator, who recently created a series of color charts "for anyone struggling with color names" (information is HERE). One of Sundberg's color charts is shown at the left.
The timing of Sundberg's work is interesting, though, since just about everyone on Earth chimed in a couple of days ago in a debate surrounding the color of a black and blue -- or was it a white and gold -- dress. However, this debate is more than a few days old. It's been swirling and at times raging for years. The debate began back in 1857 when Emmett Lee Dickinson (Emily Dickinson's third cousin, twice removed -- at her request) noted that his third cousin's favorite white dress appeared at times to be blue (information is HERE).
Pictrured at the right: 10 shades of white developed by Emily Dickinson (click the image to enlarge).
Pictured at the left: More of the colors developed by Emily Dickinson. Other examples can be found HERE (near the bottom of the page). Click the image to enlarge.