xkcdcolors for LaTeX
Afterward, he processed the data and sorted the names for each color by popularity --- that means, how many people gave the same name to the same color (no guidance here! Read the post linked above for details).
He obtained a nice list of around 950 color names. It's not at all surprising that a lot of people forged
CloudyBlue, but some color is really surprising, like for example
If you have already installed the package in your TeX distribution, use
texdoc xkcdcolors; it should show you the manual of the installed version of the package.
To search for a color in a fast way, at least on Unix or on a compatible
bash shell, you can use the following command:
[romano:~] % grep -i duck $(kpsewhich xkcdcolors.sty) DuckEggBlue,C3FBF4;%
A very interesting link about "ordering" the 900+ colors here is this one on Wolfram Community; well worth a look.
The source is hosted on GitHub. If you clone the repository, you can use
to install the package on your local TEXMF tree.