Adjectives and Articles
Is blond an adjective?
Asked in English to French, French to English
What does the French word 'blonds' mean in English?
Asked in English to French
How do you write an adjective in french as a female?
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
Does the word blonde have a short o sound?
Asked in Facial Hair, Beards
Does a blond beard grow faster than a blond beard?
Asked in Translations, Spanish to English
What does mi güero mean in English?
My blonde "Mi" means "my" and "güero" means "blond(e)" or "light-skinned," but since "güero" is an adjective, the phrase is incomplete. You could say "mi pelo güero" or "mi cabello güero," meaning "my blond hair." But this term is mostly used in Mexico. Usually "rubio" is used in Spanish to say "blond."
If I have blond hair and want to highlight it what color should I use?
Can your bf and you have a blond baby if you have blond hair and he has brown but when he was little he was blond?
What’s the difference between “blond” and “blonde”?
Remember foreign language classes? The masculine and feminine forms of words? Well, because the word came from French in the 17th century, that’s exactly what we’re dealing with: blonde is the feminine form of the noun, and blond is the masculine form. So, adhering to that rule, a blonde is a woman with fair hair and a blond is a man with fair hair. This seems dumb. It is. Here’s a way around it: Don’t call people their hair color. “Blond” 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.