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Explanation: Some context would help with this one - who does it refer to?
If it is a child, both the above would work even though I'd probably use something like "kleiner Blondschopf". If it is a woman, "Blondchen" is probably more common, even though I find it rather offensive and sexist. Blondschopf would probably work here as well, or, as suggested above, simply go for "Blonde", which has fewer "childlike" connotations.
Ute Wietfeld United Kingdom Local time: 05:29 Native speaker of: German PRO pts in pair: 90
Explanation: I would even suggest leaving it as is since it sounds like a name, especially if it's referring to Blondie, e.g. of Blondie Bumstead, wife of Dagwood Bumstead, in the TV series and movies "Blondie", or Blondie AKA Debbie Harry, the singer.