Origin of Goldilocksso called because of her blond, or golden, hair a little girl in a folk tale who visits the home of three bears
Origin of Goldilocksfrom the color of its flowers a European plant (Linosyris vulgaris) of the composite family, with clusters of small, yellow flowers
A person, usually a woman or girl, with golden or blond hair.
Origin of goldilocksgoldy, golden (from Middle English : gold, gold; see gold + -y, -y; see -y1) + locks, pl. of lock2.
- A person with golden hair, especially a girl with long hair.
- A goldilocks aster, Aster linosyris.