Colour is the most obvious and probably most frequently described synaesthetic link. In the English-speaking world, the term chromesthesia (from Greek chroma: colour + aisthesis: feeling) is often used synonymously for sound-to-colour experiences. Typical of a “true” synaesthetic colour assignment is that it has no tolerance: even small deviations are perceived as “wrong”. On the other hand, the one and only match elicits a strong feeling of coherence. The synaesthetically associated colour can often be described precisely, but is difficult to reproduce by usual means, as a colour may contain other underlying colours, have a certain level of transparency or resemble a coloured light (photism).

Synaesthetes seem to have a unique, individual COLOUR PALETTE.
The personal synaesthetic colour palette may contain colours that are not found externally, or certain shades may be missing. Also, some colours seem to be dominant and appear particularly often.
Coloured LETTERS (and words) –
NUMBERS – sometimes in combination with character traits, age and gender (Ordinal Linguistic Personification).
DAYS OF THE WEEK  – Each day is assigned a unique colour, often associated with a particular feeling. 
Colour of high SOUNDS and EMOTIONS: Yellow. 
SMELL of freshly cut grass
Musical SOUND – Harp. 
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