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Princeton's WordNet

  1. blond, blondenoun

    a person with fair skin and hair

  2. blond, blondeadjective

    a light grayish yellow to near white

  3. blond, blonde, light-hairedadjective

    being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes

    "blond Scandinavians"; "a house full of light-haired children"


  1. blondnoun

    A person of fair skin and fair hair (usually spelled "blonde" when referring to a woman).

  2. blondnoun

    A pale golden brown colour/color.

  3. blondadjective

    Of a bleached, or pale golden colour.

    blond hair

  4. blondadjective

    Of a blond complexion (referring to a person)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Blondverb

    alt. of Blonde


  1. Blond

    Blond or blonde, or fair hair, is a hair color characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. The resultant visible hue depends on various factors, but always has some sort of yellowish color. The color can be from the very pale blond to reddish "strawberry" blond colors or golden-brownish blond colors. On the Fischer–Saller scale blond color ranges from A to J, the RGB color value is typically #FAF0BE.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of blond in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of blond in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of blond in a Sentence

  1. Menachem Bodner:

    They told me so much about my mother, the most important thing: Now I know my mother's face. Before I had remembered only her blond hair. Now I can see her.

  2. Kara Ladd:

    I can’t wait! when else am I going to be able to rock a blond wig one day and a brunette one the next? Wigs are my armor. They help me power through the day.

  3. Adnan Oktar:

    The women are often provocatively dressed, have had plastic surgery and have bleached blond hair. More than 100 of those expected to be detained are women. Adnan Oktar has also written numerous books promoting creationism and conspiracy theories. It's a British plot.

  4. Ben Affleck:

    Years ago, I used to play fast and a little loose more on Twitter. These days, I'm a little bit more reserved, i said,' Well the difference is easy to spot. Ryan Gosling has blond hair and Ryan Reynolds is a [ expletive ].

  5. Jessica Chastain:

    People would tell me to dye my hair blond when I first started auditioning, funny how defined we are by how we present ourselves.

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  • شَقْراء, شقر, أشقر, شقراءArabic
  • рус, светъл, руса коса, блондин, блондинкаBulgarian
  • rosCatalan, Valencian
  • blondýna, blonďákCzech
  • penfelynWelsh
  • blondine, lyshåretDanish
  • Blondin, Blonde, hell, Blondhaarige, flachshaarig, Blondkopf, blond, Blonder, blondhaarig, Blondine, hellhäutig, Blondhaariger, Flachshaariger, Blondschopf, FlachshaarigeGerman
  • blonda, blondulo, blondulino, virblonduloEsperanto
  • rubioSpanish
  • بورPersian
  • vaalea, vaaleaverikköFinnish
  • blondFrench
  • bànScottish Gaelic
  • בְּלוֹנְדִּינִית, בְּלוֹנְדִּינִיHebrew
  • सुनहरे बालोंवालाHindi
  • szőkeHungarian
  • blondulo, blondino, blondaIdo
  • ljóshærð, ljóshærðurIcelandic
  • biondoItalian
  • 金髪, ブロンドJapanese
  • ქერაGeorgian
  • 금발Korean
  • flāvicomus, fulvus, flāvusLatin
  • blondīne, gaišmatis, blonds, blondīns, gaišmate, gaišmatainsLatvian
  • русокос, белолик, плав, плава, светла, светол, рус, белолика, русокосаMacedonian
  • blond, blondineDutch
  • blonde, lys(håret), blondineNorwegian
  • blond, blondynka, blondynPolish
  • loiro, louroPortuguese
  • blondăRomanian
  • русый, блондин, блондинка, светлый, белыйRussian
  • blond, ljushyad, blondin, ljusSwedish
  • sarışınTurkish
  • jiblonan, blonan, hiblonan, blonikVolapük

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