Greenhead Green"head, Greenhood Green"hood, n. A state of greenness; verdancy. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • Greenhead — may refer to:Placenames*Greenhead, North Lanarkshire, Scotland *Greenhead, Northumberland, England *Greenhead, Scottish Borders, Scotland *Greenhead, Staffordshire, England*Greenhead College, a sixth form college in Huddersfield,… …   Wikipedia

  • Greenhead — Green head , n. (Zo[ o]l.) (a) The mallard. (b) The striped bass. See {Bass} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • greenhead — 1580s, young, untrained intellect, from GREEN (Cf. green) + HEAD (Cf. head). As a type of biting fly, by 1837 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Greenhead — This long established surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is primarily a locational name from any of the various places in northern England and Scotland named with the Olde English pre 7th Century grene , green (a widespread first element in… …   Surnames reference

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  • greenhead — Mallard Mal lard, n. [F. malari,fr. m[^a]le male + art = ard. See {Male}, a., and { ard}.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) A drake; the male of {Anas boschas}. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) A large wild duck ({Anas boschas}) inhabiting both America and Europe. The… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • greenhead — (also greenhead fly) noun chiefly US a biting horsefly with green eyes. [Genus Chrysops.] …   English new terms dictionary

  • greenhead — noun Date: 1837 any of several green eyed horseflies (as Tabanus nigrovittatus) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • greenhead — /green hed /, n. a male mallard. [1805 15; GREEN + HEAD] * * * …   Universalium

  • greenhead — noun Tabanus nigrovittatus, a biting horsefly …   Wiktionary

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