meaning of blond

blond meaning in General Dictionary

Of a reasonable shade light-colored as blond hair a blond complexion

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  • becoming or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes
  • you with reasonable epidermis and tresses
  • a light grayish yellow to near white
  • Alt. of Blonde

blond meaning in Etymology Dictionary

belated 15c., from Old French blont "fair, blond" (12c.), from Medieval Latin blundus "yellow," maybe from Frankish *blund. When it is a Germanic word, it really is perhaps related to Old English blonden-feax "gray-haired," from blondan, blandan "to mix" (see blend (v.)). According to Littr

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  • c.1755 of a form of lace, 1822 of persons; from blond (adj.).

blond - German to English


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  • blond [masculine]
  • fair-haired
  • fair [of tresses]
  • yellow-colored [Am.] [hair]
  • dumb [Am.] [coll.]
  • blond

blond - French to English

light [hair]

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blond meaning in General Dictionary

(v. t.) Alt. of Blonde

Sentence Examples with the word blond

A gust of wind whipped at her full skirt and tossed her long blond curls into the air.

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