Meaning of HEADED in English

HEADED

|hedə̇d adjective

Etymology: Middle English hedded, from past participle of hedden to head — more at head

1. : having a head or a heading

a headed bolt

headed paragraphs

2. : formed into a head : matured

headed cabbage

3. : having (such) a head or (so many) heads — often used in compounds

curly- headed boy

a cool- headed businessman

a gold- headed cane

4. of lumber : tongued and grooved at the ends — usually used in the phrase dressed and headed

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