a mooring rope at the bows of a ship
[hed-furst] /ˈhɛdˈfɜrst/ adverb 1. with the in front or bent forward; headforemost: He dived headfirst into the sea. 2. rashly; precipitately. /ˈhɛdˈfɜːst/ adjective, adverb 1. with the head foremost; headlong: he fell headfirst adverb 2. rashly or carelessly
[hed-fish] /ˈhɛdˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) headfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) headfishes. 1. . 2. .
- Head fold
head fold n. A ventral folding of the cephalic extremity in the embryonic disk, so that the brain lies in a rostral direction to the mouth and pericardium.
- Head for
verb (preposition) 1. to go or cause to go (towards) 2. to be destined for: to head for trouble verb phrase To start out for or toward; hit for: I headed for the door/ He’s headed for a disappointment [1835+; fr the pointing of a ship’s bow or head toward a destination] Proceed or go […]