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 History of this Word

"plow" is from "ploh", spoken by people in England during 1100-1550 A.D.
which is from "plog", spoken by people in England during 450-1100 A.D.
which is from "plogr", spoken by people in North England about 800 A.D.

"head" is from "headfod", spoken by people in England during 450-1100 A.D.

"bolt" is from "bolt" (arrow), spoken by people in England during 450-1100 A.D.

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grammar is noun

"plow head" is a type of head

Definition

plow head illustration plow head illustration Type of head for a screw or bolt that holds screw or bolt to a surface without adding much above the surface. Surface can remain fairly smooth. Added during manufacture. Details of design can be changed and can be different sizes.

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plow head illustration Plow bolts are similar to carriage bolts except they have a flat head and countersunk.
plow head illustration Plow bolts: a bolt with a countersunk, flat head and square neck.