[fid-l-hed] /ˈfɪd lˌhɛd/
Nautical. a billethead having a form similar to the volute carved at the upper end of a violin.
the young, coiled frond of various species of ferns, eaten as a vegetable.
(nautical) an ornamental carving, in the shape of the scroll at the head end of a fiddle, fitted to the top of the stem or cutwater
(US & Canadian) the edible coiled tip of a young fern frond
“one with a head as hollow as a fiddle,” 1854 (fiddleheaded), from fiddle (n.) + head (n.). As a name for young fern fronds, from 1882, from resemblance to a violin’s scroll.
[fid-ler] /ˈfɪd lər/ noun 1. a person who plays a . 2. a person who dawdles or trifles. /ˈfɪdlə/ noun 1. a person who plays the fiddle, esp in folk music 2. See fiddler crab 3. a person who wastes time or acts aimlessly 4. (informal) a cheat or petty rogue n. late 13c., from […]
noun 1. a black scarab beetle, Eupoecila australasiae, having markings resembling a violin.
noun 1. any small, burrowing crab of the genus Uca, characterized by one greatly enlarged claw in the male. noun 1. any of various burrowing crabs of the genus Uca of American coastal regions, the males of which have one of their anterior pincer-like claws very much enlarged
[fid-ler-fish] /ˈfɪd lərˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) fiddlerfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) fiddlerfishes. 1. any of several guitarfishes, especially Trygonorhina fasciata, of Australia.