blond definition

  • adjective:
    • Having reasonable tresses and skin and often light eyes: blond Scandinavians.
    • Of a flaxen or golden color or of every light tone of auburn or pale yellowish brown: blond hair.
    • Light-colored through bleaching: blond furniture.
    • Of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.
    • Having blond hair.
    • Of a reasonable shade; light-colored.
    • being or having light-colored epidermis and hair and often blue or grey eyes
    • Having reasonable locks and epidermis and usually light eyes: blond Scandinavians.
    • Of a flaxen or fantastic color or of any light tone of auburn or pale yellowish brown: blond locks.
    • Light-colored through bleaching: blond furnishings.
    • Of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.
    • Having blond tresses.
    • Of a fair shade; light-colored.
    • becoming or having light colored skin and tresses and often blue or grey eyes
  • noun:
    • someone with fair locks and epidermis and usually light eyes.
    • A light yellowish-brown to dark grayish yellowish.
    • A person of fair tresses.
    • A pale yellow (golden-brown) color, specially as a hair shade.
    • one with blond tresses and fair skin.
    • Blond-lace (which see).
    • an individual with fair skin and hair
    • a light grayish yellow to near-white
    • an individual with reasonable hair and epidermis and usually light eyes.
    • A light yellowish-brown to dark grayish yellow.
    • someone of reasonable hair.
    • A pale yellow (golden brown) color, specially as a hair color.
    • someone with blond hair and reasonable complexion.
    • Blond-lace (which see).
    • people with reasonable epidermis and hair
    • a light grayish yellow to near-white
  • others:
    • Of a light golden-brown or fantastic shade: put on locks; for this reason, light-colored; fair: placed on complexion, and by extension to people having light tresses or a fair skin: as, “Godfrey's blond countenance,”
    • Of a light golden-brown or fantastic color: placed on tresses; for this reason, light-colored; fair: placed on complexion, by expansion to persons having light hair or a fair skin: as, “Godfrey's blond countenance,”

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