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from Middle French "blonde" (feminine). The masculine form of the word is "blond."
In the English language, it is one of only a few distinct words where the gender differentiation is actually reflected in the spelling of the word (i.e. She is a blonde woman. vs. He is a blond man.), even though this is a relatively common occurrence in other languages.
- blond (UK)
- A person (usually a woman) of fair skin and fair hair.
- The hair color that appears yellow, golden, or lighter.
- (color) A light yellowish brown color.
Adjectiveblonde (comparative blonder, superlative blondest)
- Of a blonde complexion (referring to a person.)
- Having a blonde or gold appearance
- blonde ale; blonde beer
- (color) Of a light yellowish brown color.
- flexed form of blond
- Person with blonde hair; blonde
- definite singular, sexus masculine of blond
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