cohead

noun
co·head | \ ˌkō-ˈhed \
variants: or co-head
plural coheads or co-heads

Definition of cohead 

: a director or leader who shares responsibilities with one or more other people After fourteen years as cohead of Sotheby's American paintings department, Meilman left in 1984 … —Anne E. Berman

Other words from cohead

cohead or co-head transitive verb coheaded or co-headed; coheading or co-heading
She co-headed the project with her father.

First Known Use of cohead

1894, in the meaning defined above

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