> Colours → Colourise, works on the current selection or all if none is 
> selected.
> http://docs.gimp.org/2.6/en/gimp-tool-colorize.html

Or use colors -> levels.  I find colorize to be counter intuitive when
adjusting colors.  However, with levels it's easy to adjust the
red/green/blue levels till the color comes out right.  Then the next
time you use the levels dialog, just use the first dropdown to use
your last settings.  Pretty easy to use the same color over and over.
Also preserves variations in colors better than colorize (which
reduces all colors to grayscale first, essentially).

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