Blond isn't just a word used to describe pale yellow hair, it can also be used to describe a person with such hair. We'll leave it to you to decide whether or not blonds have more fun.

There's all kinds of blonds out there from bleached to platinum to strawberry to sandy. Some people, Brits especially, will add an e to the end of blonde depending on what gender they are talking about, so that a woman is blonde while a man is blond. The addition of the "e" in the feminine form of blonde is of course a holdover from its French origin. Not only fair-haired people are described as blond; you might have seen blond wood used in Scandinavian furniture. Ikea, anyone?

Definitions of blond

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

blond Scandinavians”
blonde, light-haired
ash-blonde, platinum-blonde, towheaded
of hair color; whitish
fair, fairish
(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored
flaxen, sandy
of hair color; pale yellowish to yellowish brown
resembling peoples of Scandinavia
having red hair and usually fair skin
brunet, brunette
marked by dark or relatively dark pigmentation of hair or skin or eyes
burned brown by the sun
bronzed, suntanned, tanned
(of skin) having a tan color from exposure to the sun
brown, browned
(of skin) deeply suntanned
brunet (used of hair or skin or eyes)
black-haired, brown-haired, dark-haired
having hair of a dark color
dark-skinned, dusky, swart, swarthy
naturally having skin of a dark color
having dark hairs mixed with grey or white
of the color of nuts
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n a person with fair skin and hair

peroxide blond, peroxide blonde
a blond whose hair is bleached with peroxide
platinum blond, platinum blonde
a blond whose hair is a pale silvery (often artificially colored) blond
a person with light blond hair
Type of:
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul
a human being

n a light grayish yellow to near white

Type of:
chromatic color, chromatic colour, spectral color, spectral colour
a color that has hue

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