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blond

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adjective \ˈbländ\
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blonde

Definition of blond

  1. 1 :  of a flaxen, golden, light auburn, or pale yellowish-brown color <blond hair>; also :  having blond hair <a blond man> —spelled blond when used of a boy or man and often blonde when used of a girl or woman

  2. 2a :  of a light colorb :  of the color blondc :  made light-colored by bleaching <blond wood table>

blondish

play \ˈblän-dish\ adjective

Examples of blond in a sentence

  1. She has blonde highlights in her hair.

  2. His hair was dyed blond.

  3. She was blonde as a child.

  4. a table made of blond wood

Origin and Etymology of blond

Anglo-French blunt, blound, masculine, blounde, feminine


First Known Use: 15th century


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blond

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variants: or

blonde

Definition of blond

  1. 1 :  a person having blond hair —spelled blond when used of a boy or man and usually blonde when used of a girl or woman <a tall, blue-eyed blond> <a natural blonde>

  2. 2 :  a light yellowish brown to dark grayish yellow

Origin and Etymology of blond

see 1blond


First Known Use: 1819



BLOND Defined for English Language Learners

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blond

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adjective \ˈbländ\

Definition of blond for English Language Learners

  • : of a yellow or very light brown color; also : having blond hair

  • : of a very light color


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blond

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Definition of blond for English Language Learners

  • : a person who has yellow or very light brown hair


BLOND Defined for Kids

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blond

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adjective \ˈbländ\
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blonde

\ˈbländ\

Definition of blond for Students

blonder

blondest

  1. 1 :  of a golden or pale yellowish brown color <blond hair>

  2. 2 :  having hair of a light color <a blond boy>


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blond

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noun
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blonde

Definition of blond for Students

  1. :  someone with golden or pale yellowish brown hair



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