1.very large carnivorous sea turtle; wide-ranging in warm open seas
2.a stupid person; these words are used to express a low opinion of someone's intelligence
3.(old)a person of subnormal intelligence
LoggerheadLog"ger*head` (?), n. [Log + head.]
1. A blockhead; a dunce; a numskull. Shak. Milton.
2. A spherical mass of iron, with a long handle, used to heat tar.
3. (Naut.) An upright piece of round timber, in a whaleboat, over which a turn of the line is taken when it is running out too fast. Ham. Nav. Encyc.
4. (Zoöl.) A very large marine turtle (Thalassochelys caretta syn. Thalassochelys caouana), common in the warmer parts of the Atlantic Ocean, from Brazil to Cape Cod; -- called also logger-headed turtle.
5. (Zoöl.) An American shrike (Lanius Ludovicianus), similar to the butcher bird, but smaller. See Shrike.
To be at loggerheads, To fall to loggerheads, or To go to loggerheads, to quarrel; to be at strife. L' Estrange.
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berk, blockhead, bonehead, burk, Caretta caretta, chump, dolt, dope, dumbass, dumbbell, dumbo, dunce, dunderhead, fathead, fuckhead, hammerhead, hawksbill, idiot, knucklehead, loggerhead turtle, lunkhead, muttonhead, nincompoop, nitwit, numskull, nut, oaf, pinhead, shithead
arsehole, ass, blockhead, bonehead, changeling, chump, clot, dimwit, dolt, donkey, dope, dumbo, dummy, dunce, fathead, fat-head, fool, fuckwit, half-wit, idiot, imbecile, nincompoop, nitwit, numskull, nut, oaf, retard, wanker, berk (British), booby (informal), bugger (colloquial, spéc. anglais britannique), burk (British), cretin (informal), damn fool (colloquial), dumbbell (colloquial), hammerhead (American), jackass (U.S.A., !!!!!!!!!!!!!!12006!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, colloquial), moron (informal), peabrain (colloquial), pinhead (informal), twerp (informal), twirp (informal), wally (colloquial)
personne qui croit à qqch (fr)[Classe]
personne qui est trompée (fr)[Classe]
delay, holdup - backwardness, mental retardation, retardation, slowness, subnormality - ass, berk, blockhead, bonehead, booby, bugger, burk, changeling, chump, clot, cretin, damn fool, dimwit, dolt, donkey, dope, dumbbell, dumbo, dummy, dunce, fathead, fat-head, fool, half-wit, hammerhead, idiot, imbecile, jackass, loggerhead, moron, nincompoop, nitwit, numskull, nut, oaf, peabrain, pinhead, retard, twerp, twirp, wally, wanker - delay, hold, postponement, time lag, wait[Dérivé]
backward, half-witted, retarded[Similaire]
loggerhead (n.) [old]
Sous-Ordre des Cryptodires (fr)[ClasseTaxo.]
animal vivant dans l'eau (fr)[ClasseParExt.]
turtle; sea turtle; marine turtle[ClasseHyper.]
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