Crayola has finally revealed the name of the new blue crayon that will replace the now-retired Dandelion yellow color in boxes around the world. A contest was held this summer to choose the name, with over 90,000 entries whittled down to just 5. The winner? Bluetiful. Predictably, some people complained that the winner wasn’t a real word and that children might get confused. Spoiler: “Crayola” isn’t a real word either; it comes from “craie”, the French word for chalk, and “ola” from oleaginous.