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headed +‎ -ness


headedness (uncountable)

  1. (chiefly in combination) The state or quality of having a particular type of head (in various senses).
    • 2005 February, Roumyana Pancheva, “The Rise and Fall of Second-Position Clitics”, in Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, volume 23, number 1, page 103:
      An analysis of the historical change that led to the development of second-position clitics in Old Bulgarian is proposed that implicates a switch in the parameter of headedness of TP.

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