All Spanish nouns are either masculine or feminine.
There is no neuter gender anywhere in the language. When you are
describing anything by color, you have to use a corresponding
adjective - if the noun is masculine, the adjective of color has
to be masculine. If the noun is feminine, the adjective of color
has to be feminine. And you have to keep up with singular and
It sounds like a lot to remember, but with practice
it gets easier and easier.
The four columns below provide the masculine
singular form, the feminine singular form, the masculine plural
(or mixed gender grouping) form, and the plural feminine form.
Note that some colors have only one form for both masculine and
The masculine plural form is always used with
"groups" of mixed gender objects - regardless of if
there is only one masculine object and any quantity of feminine
objects in the group.
It really helps to have kids' vocabulary books or flash
cards lying around to help you memorize vocabulary.
There are excellent color picture dictionaries at reasonable
prices at amazon.com. Have you ordered yourself a kid's
color book yet?