English version

forelock

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforelockfore‧lock /ˈfɔːlɒk $ ˈfɔːrlɑːk/ noun [countable]  1 DCa piece of hair that falls over someone’s forehead2 the hair on a horse’s head that grows between its ears and hangs forward on its face3 tug/touch your forelock
Examples from the Corpus
forelockHe still wears a sailor suit, the cowlick at his hairline gives his forelock a life of its own.A lank forelock fell from beneath the hat bearing the tricolour cockade.His hair was blond streaked, stylishly short at the back but with swinging forelocks.
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