head

arrow·head;
beach·head;
be·head;
be·head·al;
bir·ken·head;
block·head·ism;
blunt·head;
bog·head;
bonnet·head;
bra·den·head;
bulk·head·ed;
bull·head·ed·ly;
bull·head·ed·ness;
chow·der·head;
chuck·le·head·ed;
cop·per·head·ism;
dou·ble·head·er;
drear·i·head;
drow·si·head;
dun·der·head;
dun·der·head·ed;
fat·head·ed·ness;
flat·head;
flat·head·ed;
flint·head;
fore·cas·tle·head;
fore·head;
fore·head·ed;
gates·head;
god·head;
gyp·sy·head;
har·di·head;
head·ache;
head·achy;
head;
head·dress;
head·ed;
head·end·er;
head·er·man;
head·ful;
head·i·ly;
head·i·ness;
head·ing;
head·ker·chief;
head·land;
head·less;
head·like;
head·long·ness;
head·man;
head·mas·ter·ly;
head·mas·ter·ship;
head·most;
head·sail;
head·ship;
head·space;
head·strong·ly;
head·strong·ness;
head·wark;
hog·head;
hogs·head;
kirk·in·head;
like·li·head;
log·ger·head;
log·ger·head·ed;
love·li·head;
low·li·head;
lunk·head;
lust·i·head;
pig·head·ed·ness;
pit·head·man;
pole·head;
red·head·ed·ness;
seem·li·head;
shread·head;
un·head;
wom·an·head;
youth·head;
head·bang·er;
metal·head;
propeller·head;
bulk·head;
head·er;
head·lin·er;
head·long;
head·rail;
head·ward;
sub·head;
white·head·ian;
bare·head·ed·ness;
big·head·ed;
block·head·ed·ly;
block·head·ed·ness;
blun·der·head·ed;
chow·der·head·ed;
clear·head·ed·ly;
dun·der·head·ed·ness;
hard·head·ed·ly;
hard·head·ed·ness;
head·less·ness;
head·wards;
hot·head·ed·ly;
hot·head·ed·ness;
long·head·ed·ly;
long·head·ed·ness;
mud·dle·head·ed·ness;
mule·head·ed·ly;
mut·ton·head·ed;
pin·head·ed·ness;
puz·zle·head·ed·ness;
red·head·ed·ly;
round·head·ed·ness;
soft·head·ed·ly;
soft·head·ed·ness;
sore·head·ed·ly;
sore·head·ed·ness;
swell·head·ed·ness;
thick·head·ed·ly;
thick·head·ed·ness;
weak·head·ed·ly;
weak·head·ed·ness;
wrong·head·ed·ly;
wrong·head·ed·ness;

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  • Head — (h[e^]d), n. [OE. hed, heved, heaved, AS. he[ a]fod; akin to D. hoofd, OHG. houbit, G. haupt, Icel. h[ o]fu[eth], Sw. hufvud, Dan. hoved, Goth. haubi[thorn]. The word does not correspond regularly to L. caput head (cf. E. {Chief}, {Cadet},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • head — [hed] n. [ME hede, heved < OE heafod, akin to Ger haupt (OHG houbit, Goth haubith) < IE base * kaput (orig. prob. cup shaped) > L caput: merged in Gmc with word akin to OHG hūba, a cap, crest (Ger haube) < IE base * keu , to bend,… …   English World dictionary

  • head — ► NOUN 1) the upper part of the human body, or the front or upper part of the body of an animal, containing the brain, mouth, and sense organs. 2) a person in charge; a director or leader. 3) the front, forward, or upper part or end of something …   English terms dictionary

  • Head — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Anthony Head (* 1954), englischer Schauspieler Antony Head, 1. Viscount Head (1906–1983), britischer Brigadegeneral der British Army sowie Politiker der Conservative Party Barclay V. Head (1844–1914),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Head — (h[e^]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Headed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Heading}.] 1. To be at the head of; to put one s self at the head of; to lead; to direct; to act as leader to; as, to head an army, an expedition, or a riot. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. To… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Head On — may refer to: * Head on collision, a type of vehicular collision. * Head On (album), a 1975 album by Bachman Turner Overdrive * Head On , a song originally recorded by The Jesus and Mary Chain and covered by the Pixies * Head On Memories of the… …   Wikipedia

  • head-on — adv 1.) crash/collide/smash etc head on if two vehicles crash etc head on, the front part of one vehicle hits the front part of the other 2.) if someone deals with a problem head on, they do not try to avoid it, but deal with it in a direct and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • head-on — adj. 1. characterized by direct opposition; as, a head on confrontation. Syn: head to head. [WordNet 1.5] 2. Without evasion or compromise; as, his usual head on fashion; to meet a problem head on. Syn: downright, flat footed, forthright,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • head — [adj] most important; chief arch, champion, first, foremost, front, highest, leading, main, pioneer, preeminent, premier, prime, principal, stellar, supreme, topmost; concepts 568,574 Ant. auxiliary, inferior, lower, second, secondary, trivial,… …   New thesaurus

  • Head On — Entwickler Sega/Gremlin Publisher …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • head-on — head on1 or ,head on adverb 1. ) if two vehicles crash head on, the front of one vehicle hits the front of the other 2. ) if you deal with a problem head on, you deal with it in a very direct way head on ,head on 2 adjective a head on crash is… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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