Learn how to say Blonde correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word blonde:
(also blond) (chiefly of hair) fair or pale yellow:
her long blonde hair
I had my hair dyed blonde
having hair of a fair or pale yellow colour:
a tall blonde woman
having fair hair and a light complexion (especially when regarded as a racial characteristic):
she was blonde and blue-eyed, but she wore her hair in the same kind of weave as the black women
a woman with blonde hair.
[mass noun] the colour of blonde hair:
her hair was yellow—not any shade of blonde, but yellow
late 17th century (earlier as blond): from French, feminine of blond, from medieval Latin blundus ‘yellow’, perhaps from Germanic
The alternative spellings blonde and blond correspond to the feminine and masculine forms in French, but in English the distinction is not always made, as English does not have such distinctions of grammatical gender. Thus,
are all used. The word is more commonly used of women, though, and in the noun the spelling is typically blonde. In American usage the usual spelling is blond for both adjective and noun.