Flaxen



[flak-suh n] /ˈflæk sən/

adjective
1.
made of .
2.
pertaining to .
3.
resembling .
4.
of the pale yellowish color of dressed .
/ˈflæksən/
adjective
1.
of, relating to, or resembling flax
2.
of a soft yellow colour: flaxen hair
adj.

“made of flax,” mid-15c., from flax + -en (2). As “the color of flax” (usually with reference to hair) it is attested from 1520s.

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