Geda Paulsen is a Senior Lexicographer at the Institute of the Estonian Language in Tallinn. She received her PhD from the Åbo Akademi University, Finland, in 2011 with a thesis about causative derivative verbs in Finnish. Her research interests include lexical conceptual semantics, morphosyntax, word formation, pragmatics, contrastive linguistics, and language learning and acquisition. During her assignment as a researcher at the Institute of the Estonian Language in Tallinn and her participation in the Color Group activities at the Institute, she explored the lexical conceptual structure of color vocabulary with a special interest in semantics and the syntax of color events. Mari Uusküla is Associate Professor of Translation Studies at Tallinn University, having received her PhD in Linguistics (Uralic Languages) from the University of Tartu, Estonia, in 2008. During her doctoral studies, she also visited the University of Budapest, Hungary, and the University of Florence, Italy. Her research interests include linguistics, lexical semantics, semantic typology, color naming, categorization and perception, field linguistics, and psycholinguistics. She was previously the leader of the Color Group at the Institute of the Estonian Language, and has studied color in the languages of the Baltic Sea, Central Europe and the Mediterranean. In addition, she has published research articles on color semantics and categorization in a range of European languages including Hungarian, Italian, Russian, Finnish, and Czech. Jonathan Brindle holds a position as Research Affiliate in the Quantitative Lexicology and Variational Linguistics research group at the University of Leuven. His research focuses on corpus-linguistic studies of original narrative texts, lexical dialectal variation in language contact area, lexicography in Gur linguistics, data collection methods, and quantitative analysis of indigenous linguistic practices.