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          1. Unanswered Questions
            • ” is the more common spelling of the adjective—for example, “that person has blond hair”—and, especially in the United States, can be used to describe anyone’s hair, regardless of their gender.

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            Ava Craft
            3 days ago

            'Blond' Versus 'Blonde'

            The word originally came into English from Old French, where it has masculine and feminine forms. As an English noun, it kept those two forms; thus, a blond is a fair-haired male, and a blonde is a fair-haired female.

            People in different places spell it differently, but in America and Australia, they spell it blonde, which originated from Italy.

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            Antonio Cruz
            2 days ago

            No, because there is an "e" at the end of "blonde" but not in "blond".

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            K Roo
            2 days ago

            blond is when your hair is yellowish and blonde is the french way of saying this!

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            Ava Gibbs
            2 days ago

            Blond is a hair color

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            Malayha Nalley
            3 days ago

            The difference is: As an adjective blond is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) color.

            As a verb blond is to color or dye blond.

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