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2. Heaf meaning (Northern England) A piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become Heafed; a heft
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3. They eventually live out on the fell with their mothers where they are 'hefted' or 'Heafed', learning to survive the harsh weather within the bounds of an unfenced area of mountainside or 'heaf'.
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4. It’s what farmers call “Heafed” to the fell
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6. Synonyms for Heafed sheep in Free Thesaurus
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8. What is Heafed sheep? Meaning of Heafed sheep as a legal term
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10. What does heaf mean? (Northern England) A piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become Heafed; a heft
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11. "Hefted" or "Heafed", means that the sheep live on their own part of the mountain and do not need fences
"Head" is a peculiar verb. The intransitive "head" can mean "go" but the passive form "be headed" also means "go". (EX) We headed for/to New York. (EX) We were headed for/to New York.
verb (used with object) to go at the head of or in front of; lead; precede: to head a list. to outdo or excel; take the lead in or over: to head a race; to head one's competitors in a field. to be the head or chief of (sometimes followed by up): to head a school; to head up a department.
a big head. 1. An exaggerated sense of one's importance or status. Often used with the verbs "get" or "have.". Jeff has such a big head now that he's captain and thinks he's in charge of everything.
head-to-head - involving two persons; intimately private; "a tete-a-tete supper"; "a head-to-head conversation". 2. head-to-head - inconclusive as to outcome; close or just even in a race or comparison or competition; "as they approached the finish line they were neck and neck"; "the election was a nip and tuck affair". Adv.