-head -hēd(e), repr. OE. *-hǣdu, mutated form corr. to -hād -HOOD, and used alongside it from XIII, but surviving in present Eng. only in godhead and (arch.) maidenhead; orig. attached to adjs., as boldhede, fairhede, but extended later to sbs.
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