chucklehead

[chuhk-uh l-hed]

Origin of chucklehead

1725–35; chuckle clumsy (chuck2 + -le) + head
Related formschuck·le·head·ed, adjective
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chucklehead

noun
  1. informal a stupid person; blockhead; dolt
Derived Formschuckleheaded, adjectivechuckleheadedness, noun
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Word Origin and History for chucklehead
n.

also chuckle-head, "blockhead, dolt," (18c.), with head (n.), the first element perhaps from chuck (n.1).

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