Adjective: headed he-did
Verb: head hed
- Having a heading or course in a certain direction
"westward headed wagons"
- Having a heading or caption
"a headed column"; "headed notepaper"
- Having a head of a specified kind or anything that serves as a head; often used in combination
"headed bolts"; "three-headed Cerberus"; "a cool-headed fighter pilot"
- Of leafy vegetables; having formed into a head
- To go or travel towards
"where is she heading"; "We were headed for the mountains"
- Be in charge of
"Who is heading this project?";
- Travel in front of; go in advance of others
"The procession was headed by John";
- Be the first or leading member of (a group) and excel
"This student heads the class";
- head up
- Determine the direction of travelling
- steer, maneuver [US], manoeuver [non-standard], manoeuvre [Brit, Cdn], direct, point, guide, channelize, channelise [Brit]
- Take its rise
"These rivers head from a mountain range in the Himalayas"
- Be in the front of or on top of
"The list was headed by the name of the president"
- Form a head, come or grow to a head
"The wheat headed early this year"
- Remove the head of
"head the fish"
See also: bicephalous, burr-headed, headlike, large-headed, mature, orientated, oriented
Type of: arise, be, command, continue, control, develop, direct, form, go forward, grow, lead, lie, originate, precede, proceed, remove, rise, spring up, take, take away, uprise, withdraw
Antonym: headless, unheaded
Encyclopedia: Headed Head, Richard