Definition of ram-head in English:

ram-head

noun

  • 1Nautical. A halyard block, a tie block. Compare ram's head. Now historical.

  • 2A person whose head is likened to that of a ram; a dull, slow-witted, or obstinate individual; a cuckold. Now historical.

Origin

Early 16th century. From ram + head. Compare ram's head.

Pronunciation

ram-head

/ˈramhɛd/