Definition of many-headed in English:

many-headed

adjective

  • Having many heads. Frequently in extended use (usually derogatory), designating the masses or populace, especially in "the many-headed beast (also monster)".

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Original and Sprynge of all Sectes. From many + headed.

Pronunciation

many-headed

/ˈmɛniˌhɛdɪd/