operating systems – Can application DNS requests bypass a firewall on Windows and Linux

Assuming I have firewall set to block an application from accessing the Internet, would I DNS request go through?

I tried using C (gethostbyname) on Windows and the answer is no. It seems that the application sends the DNS request to the public DNS server, but I wonder if this is the same under Linux.

In particular, could there be that there is a local DNS server (loopback interface) running on the OS such that gethostbyname would instead use the local DNS for the requests. Firewalls may block public packets but for private subnets especially for loopback that may be allowed to applications depending on how one configures the firewall. This way a block app would place a request to an unblocked app (DNS local relay server) that can communicate with a remote system.