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Etymology 1

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head (noun) +‎ -ed.

Adjective

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headed (not comparable)

  1. Of a sheet of paper: having the sender's name, address, etc. preprinted at the top.
    Antonyms: unheaded; headless
  2. (in combination) Having a head or brain with specified characteristics.
    a large-headed caricature of a politician
    a mad-headed young man
  3. (in combination) Having hair of a specified color.
  4. (of hardware) Having been headed: having had a head formed (by deformation such as die-stamping).
    Antonyms: headless; unheaded
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Etymology 2

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See head (verb).

Verb

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headed

  1. simple past and past participle of head
    Smith headed the team last summer.
    We headed toward the ocean.

Adjective

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headed (not comparable)

  1. (in combination) Heading in a certain direction.
    southward-headed caravans

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