[hed-seyl; Nautical hed-suh l] /ˈhɛdˌseɪl; Nautical ˈhɛd səl/
any of various jibs or staysails set forward of the foremost mast of a vessel.
any set on a foremast, especially on a vessel having three or more masts.
/ˈhɛdˌseɪl; nautical ˈhɛdsəl/
any sail set forward of the foremast
[hed-saw] /ˈhɛdˌsɔ/ noun 1. a that cuts and trims logs as they enter a mill.
/ˈhɛdˌskɑːf/ noun (pl) -scarves (-ˌskɑːvz) 1. a scarf for the head, often worn tied under the chin
- Heads down
[Sun] Concentrating, usually so heavily and for so long that everything outside the focus area is missed. See also hack mode and larval stage, although this mode is hardly confined to fledgling hackers. [Jargon File]
noun, Nautical. 1. a formation of waves running in a direction opposite to that of a vessel. noun 1. a sea in which the waves run directly against the course of a ship