blonde
[blɒnd]
ADJECTIVE
blonder (comparative adjective) · blondest (superlative adjective) · blond (adjective)
  1. (of hair) fair or pale yellow.
    "her long blonde hair" ·
    "I had my hair dyed blonde"
    synonyms:
    antonyms:
    • having hair of a fair or pale yellow colour.
      "a tall blonde woman"
      synonyms:
      fair-haired · light-haired · golden-haired · tow-headed
      antonyms:
    • having fair hair and a light complexion (especially when regarded as a racial characteristic).
      "she was blonde and blue-eyed"
    • (of wood or another substance) light in colour.
      "a New York office full of blonde wood"
NOUN
blondes (plural noun)
  1. a person with fair or pale yellow hair (typically used of a woman).
    • the colour of blonde hair.
      "her hair was yellow—not any shade of blonde, but yellow"
Origin
late 15th century: from French blond, blonde, from medieval Latin blundus ‘yellow’, perhaps from Germanic.
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How to use blonde in a sentence?
on one street corner a dusky Moorish maiden, the next a Nordic blonde.
he looked the image of the ideal Aryan: tall, with Nordic blonde hair.
he coloured her hair with a selection of blonde and brown shades.
the blonde was drop-dead gorgeous but she was nobody's patsy.
her naturally wavy blonde hair was chemically straightened.
the beret was perched at a saucy angle on her blonde hair.
a blue suit that showed off her blonde hair to perfection.
the strawberry blonde holds her place as a glamour queen.
her hair was yellow—not any shade of blonde, but yellow.
a fading blonde possessed of a powerful soprano voice.
he's got a big blonde on his arm - a shiksa no less.
flowing blonde hair that was constantly in motion.
a fluffy blonde in leopard-skin pedal-pushers.
she wore a beret over her bobbed blonde hair.
her blonde hair was a mass of tangled curls.
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How to say blonde in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (ADJECTIVE)شقراء, الشقراء, أشقر, الاشقر
(NOUN)بلوند
Bangla চুলের
Bosnian (Latin) plavuša
Bulgarian (ADJECTIVE)блондинка, руса, русокосата, рус, Русо
(NOUN)забавно
Cantonese (Traditional) 金髮
Catalan (ADJECTIVE)rossa, ros, rossos, rosses
(NOUN)Rubia
Chinese Simplified 金发
Chinese Traditional 金髮
Croatian (ADJECTIVE)plavuša, glazbeni
(NOUN)plavušu
Czech (ADJECTIVE)blondýna, světlovlasá
Dutch (NOUN)blondine
Estonian (ADJECTIVE)blond
(NOUN)Bollywood
Finnish (ADJECTIVE)blondi, vaaleat
German (NOUN)Blondine
(ADJECTIVE)hellblond
Greek (ADJECTIVE)ξανθιά, ξανθό, ξανθά, ξανθή, ξανθές
Haitian Creole blond
Hebrew (ADJECTIVE)בלונדינית, הבלונדיני
Hindi (ADJECTIVE)गोरा, ब्लोंड, सुनहरे
Hmong Daw pojniam plaub hau daj
Hungarian (ADJECTIVE)szőke
Icelandic (ADJECTIVE)ljósa
Indonesian (ADJECTIVE)pirang, berambut pirang
(NOUN)simbol
Italian (ADJECTIVE)bionda
(NOUN)bionde
Japanese (ADJECTIVE)ブロンド, 金髪
Korean (ADJECTIVE)금발
Latvian (ADJECTIVE)blondīne, gaišie
Lithuanian (ADJECTIVE)blond, šviesūs
(NOUN)meilė
Malay (Latin) (ADJECTIVE)bbw
Persian (ADJECTIVE)بلوند, ورزش, بور
Polish (ADJECTIVE)blondynka
Portuguese (ADJECTIVE)loira, loura
(NOUN)loirinha
Querétaro Otomi rubia
Romanian (ADJECTIVE)blonda
Russian (ADJECTIVE)блондинка, светлые, белокурый
(NOUN)блондинке, Loira, русый
Serbian (Cyrillic) Плавуша
Serbian (Latin) Plavuša
Slovak (ADJECTIVE)blondína, huge
Slovenian (ADJECTIVE)blondinka
(NOUN)blondinko, pop
Spanish (ADJECTIVE)rubia
Swedish (ADJECTIVE)blond
Tamil கறுப்புப்பெண்
Telugu జుట్టు
Thai สีบลอนด์
Turkish (ADJECTIVE)sarışın
(NOUN)sarışını
Ukrainian (ADJECTIVE)блондинка, білявкою, світле
Urdu سنہرے بالوں والی
Vietnamese (ADJECTIVE)tóc vàng, vàng
(NOUN)nhạc pop
Welsh gyda
Yucatec Maya rubia
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