Old English heafod lond "strip of land left unplowed at the edge of a field to leave room for the plow to turn," naturally identified with boundaries; see head (n.) + land (n.). Meaning "high cape, promontory" is from 1520s.
1. The patio gave an unimpeded view across the headland to the sea.
2. Sohar passed the headland at Muscat to a chant.
3. The headland intercepted the heavy sea that was occasioned by the squall.
4. The small ship came around the headland and steamed toward the U - boat.
5. A coastline of 472 kilometers, multi headland and harbor.