big head


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big head

n.
1. Informal Conceit; egotism.
2. also bighead (bĭg′hĕd′) Any of various diseases of animals, especially rams, characterized by swelling of the head, face, or neck.

big′head′ed adj.
big′head′ed·ness n.
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