Merriam-Webster defines "brunet" as "a person having brown or black hair"—with which they may have "a relatively dark complexion—spelled brunet when used of a boy or man and usually brunette when used of a girl or woman".
Although brunet is the masculine version of the popular diminutive form used to describe a little boy or young man with brown hair, the use of brunet is uncommon in English.
This annual national festival looks to strengthen traditional practices, connecting the new generations to the old as a reflection of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision.
Judged by a committee of selected Bedouin, winning camels have become highly desirable, fetching millions of pounds in price whilst also leading to dramatic increase in prices of camels across the stock market.
As well as parades for the most beautiful camel, the King Abdulaziz Camels Festival will include entertainment such as poetry, folk songs (shalat), feasts and camel auctions throughout the month long festivities.
One is more likely to say of a man or boy, "He has brown hair" or "He is brown-haired", than to say, "He is a brunette" (or brunet).
The term brunette is the feminine form of the French word brunet which is a diminutive form of brun meaning "brown/brown-haired", the feminine of which is brune.