Whitehead, Alfred North Whitehead (noun)
English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Bertrand Russell (1861-1947)
whitehead, milium (noun)
a small whitish lump in the skin due to a clogged sebaceous gland
A pimple formed by a clogged sebaceous gland, usually with a milky-white cap.
The blue-winged snow goose.
The surf scoter.
Whitehead is a small seaside town on the east coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, lying almost midway between the towns of Carrickfergus and Larne. It lies within the civil parishes of Island Magee and Templecorran, the barony of Belfast Lower, and is part of Carrickfergus Borough Council. Before the Plantation of Ulster its name was recorded as both Whitehead and Kinbaine. Located at the base of Muldersleigh Hill, at the entrance to Belfast Lough, Whitehead lies in a small bay between the limestone cliffs of Whitehead and the black volcanic cliff of Blackhead, with the Blackhead Lighthouse on top, marking the entrance to the Lough. It had a population of 3,702 in the 2001 Census. Whitehead is unique in that there are no streets with the suffix "Street" in their name, giving rise to the nickname 'The Town With No Streets'.