dickhead [dik′hed΄]
see DICK, n. 2-3
Slang a man who is regarded as obnoxious, stupid, etc.: mildly vulgar

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dick·head (dĭkʹhĕd') n. Vulgar Slang
An inept, foolish, or contemptible person.

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