Headman may refer to:

  • Village head, an occupation
  • Dibao, a village-level Qing official
  • Tusi (Chinese: 土司, tǔsī), tribal leaders recognized or appointed by the Chinese over nearby peoples
  • Penghulu, a Malay local chief
  • Headman Shabalala (1945–1991), South African singer
  • Headman (G.I. Joe), a fictional villain in the G.I. Joe universe

Other articles related to "headman":

Sakshigopal Temple - Origin of The Temple
... as Sakhigopal later, fell in love with the daughter of the village headman ... However being of a higher economical status the headman opposed marriage between this young man and his daughter ... The villagers went on a pilgrimage to Kashi including the headman and the young man ...
Matengo People - Socio-political Setup
... or bambo) of the group." Thus, the socio-political set up in the villages consisted of a headman and elders ... a paramount chief followed by three chiefs, senior headman and two levels of headman, in the descending order of their importance in the hierarchy ...
... village chief who had led the village include Anas village headman, village headman, Usman, Muhammad Edi village headman, village headman Anton, Syahrul ...
Bru People - Governance
... A leader Headman (who in more traditional areas is often the village spiritual advisor) leads the community ... In Thailand the Village headman is democratically elected by members (usually the men) of the village In Laos, the village headman was integrated into the state administration ...
Headman Shabalala
... Headman Msongelwa Shabalala (10 October 1945 - 10 December 1991) was a member of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a South African choral group founded and still led ... Headman was born in Ladysmith, in the eMnambithi area and grew up with his brothers Joseph, Jockey, Enoch, Makhosini and Ben ... Singing as a bass voice, Headman added sounds to the songs that would become synonymous with the group's rhythm the low gruffs and growls and the "clicking" noises (today, they are sounded by Russel ...