The definition of fair is someone or something that is light in color, attractive, honest or clear and sunny.(adjective)
See fair in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < notion that light coloring was desirablelight in color; blond: fair hair
Origin: ME < OE fæger, akin to fain, Goth fagrs, apt, fit < IE base *pek-, to be content, make (something) pretty > Lith púošiu, to ornament
Origin: ME feire < OFr < ML feria < LL, holiday (in LL(Ec), weekday) < L feriae, pl., festivals < OL fesiae, akin to L festus (see feast) < IE base *dhēs-, used in religious terms > Oscan fíísnu, temple, Arm dikʼ, gods
See fair in American Heritage Dictionary 4
adjective fair·er, fair·est
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English fǽger, lovely, pleasant.
Origin: Middle English faire
Origin: , from Old French feire
Origin: , from Late Latin fēria
Origin: , sing. of Latin fēriae, holidays; see dhēs- in Indo-European roots.
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