We all know that CSS colors can be declared using hex, RGB, RGBA, HSL, and HSLA. But colors in those forms are not very memorable (unless they’re greys or something).
While I’m sure we all know that common colors like red, green, blue, etc. can be declared by name, CSS has quite a few not-so-conventional color names. Here are a bunch (camel-cased for readability), with their colors represented as backrounds on each paragraph.
I think the most bizarre name is “NavajoWhite” because, well, it doesn’t look anything like white. :)
Crockford has a complete list here, if you’re interested.