- • an idiot, fool.
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dickhead — [dik′hed΄] n. 〚see DICK, n. 2 3〛 Slang a man who is regarded as obnoxious, stupid, etc.: mildly vulgar * * * dick·head (dĭkʹhĕd ) n. Vulgar Slang An inept, foolish, or contemptible person. * * * … Universalium
dickhead — stupid, contemptible person, by 1969, from DICK (Cf. dick) in the penis sense + HEAD (Cf. head) … Etymology dictionary
dickhead — ► NOUN vulgar slang ▪ a stupid, irritating, or ridiculous man … English terms dictionary
dickhead — [dik′hed΄] n. [see DICK, n. 2 3] Slang a man who is regarded as obnoxious, stupid, etc.: mildly vulgar … English World dictionary
dickhead — noun a) The glans penis. That dickhead just cut me off! b) A jerk; a mean or rude person. 2 + 2 is 4, dickhead. Syn: bell end, cockhead, knobhead … Wiktionary
dickhead — UK [ˈdɪkˌhed] / US noun [countable] Word forms dickhead : singular dickhead plural dickheads offensive a stupid man … English dictionary
dickhead — 1. n. a stupid person, usually a male. (Rude and derogatory.) □ See if you can get that dickhead to do it right this time. 2. n. the head of the penis. (Usually objectionable.) □ If you like your dickhead attached, you had better do just exactly… … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
dickhead — dick|head [ˈdıkhed] n spoken not polite an offensive word for a stupid annoying person, especially a man ▪ Don t be such a dickhead! … Dictionary of contemporary English
dickhead — n a fool, an idiot. An old, folksy American ism which became a vogue term among British youth from around 1980. It may be applied to males or females. Abusive compound words ending in head have proliferated since the end of the 1970s. ► The… … Contemporary slang
dickhead — [[t]dɪ̱khed[/t]] dickheads N COUNT If someone calls a man a dickhead, they are saying that they think he is very stupid. [INFORMAL, RUDE] … English dictionary
dickhead — noun (C) slang a stupid annoying person, especially a man: Don t be such a dickhead! … Longman dictionary of contemporary English