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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French blonde f. See blond.

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NounEdit

blonde (plural blondes)

  1. Alternative form of blond (person of fair hair). (Used especially of a woman. See the usage notes in the entry blond.)
  2. Alternative form of blond (pale golden brown color).
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AdjectiveEdit

blonde (comparative blonder or more blonde, superlative blondest or most blonde)

  1. (especially of a woman) Alternative form of blond
    • 1895, S. R. Crockett, A Cry Across the Black Water
      So the great wasteful summer days went by, the glory of the passionate nights of July, the crisper blonde luxuriance of August.
  2. (especially of a woman, offensive) Stupid, ignorant, naive.
    • 2005, Nancy Bartholomew, Lethally Blonde, Silhouette →ISBN, page 8:
      Emma's already huge green eyes widen and she gives me this look like, “Oh my God, sometimes you are just so blonde!”
    • 2014, Aviva Drescher, Leggy Blonde: A Memoir (Simon and Schuster, →ISBN):
      I was so blonde I honestly had no idea why he got so angry. He cooled on me for a week or so.
    • 2003, Bennett Fairorth, The Land Where My American Mother Died--Palermo, Sicily (iUniverse, →ISBN), page 201:
      “She was so blonde, she studied for a blood test, when she went to the airport and saw a sign that said, 'Airport Left,' she turned around and went home, when she heard that 90% of all crimes occur around the home, she moved.

Usage notesEdit

See the usage notes in the entry blond.

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DutchEdit

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blonde

  1. Inflected form of blond

FrenchEdit

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blonde

  1. feminine singular of blond.

NounEdit

blonde f (plural blondes)

  1. blonde, female with blonde hair
  2. light beer
  3. (Canada, Quebec, Louisiana, informal) girlfriend

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GermanEdit

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blonde

  1. inflection of blond:
    1. strong/mixed nominative/accusative feminine singular
    2. strong nominative/accusative plural
    3. weak nominative all-gender singular
    4. weak accusative feminine/neuter singular

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blonde f pl

  1. plural of blonda

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blonde

  1. absolute definite natural masculine singular of blond.