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Gold vs Blond - What's the difference?

gold | blond |


As nouns the difference between gold and blond

is that gold is forest while blond is a person of fair hair.

As an adjective blond is

of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond is

to color or dye blond.

Blond vs Brunet - What's the difference?

blond | brunet |


As nouns the difference between blond and brunet

is that blond is a person of fair hair while brunet is (rare) a man or boy with brown or black hair.

As adjectives the difference between blond and brunet

is that blond is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour while brunet is (rare) of a man's or boy's hair, brown or black hair.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

Blond - What does it mean?

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Blond vs Flax - What's the difference?

blond | flax |


As nouns the difference between blond and flax

is that blond is a person of fair hair while flax is a plant of the genus linum , especially , which has a single, slender stalk, about a foot and a half high, with blue flowers also known as linseed, especially when referring to the seeds.

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

Blue vs Blond - What's the difference?

blue | blond |


As a proper noun blue

is an anglicization of (etyl) blau.

As a noun blond is

a person of fair hair.

As an adjective blond is

of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond is

to color or dye blond.

Blond vs Brond - What's the difference?

blond | brond |


As nouns the difference between blond and brond

is that blond is a person of fair hair while brond is (obsolete) a sword.

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

Blond vs Glond - What's the difference?

blond | glond |


As nouns the difference between blond and glond

is that blond is a person of fair hair while glond is (archaic) awlwort.

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

Blond vs Bond - What's the difference?

blond | bond |


As nouns the difference between blond and bond

is that blond is a person of fair hair while bond is .

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

Blond vs Bland - What's the difference?

blond | bland |


As a noun blond

is a person of fair hair.

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

As a proper noun bland is

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Blond vs Blend - What's the difference?

blond | blend |


As a noun blond

is a person of fair hair.

As an adjective blond

is of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.

As a verb blond

is to color or dye blond.

As a proper noun blend is

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