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letterhead

[let-er-hed]
noun
1.
a printed heading on stationery, especially one giving the name and address of a business concern, an institution, etc.
2.
a sheet of paper with such a heading.

Origin:
1885–90; letter1 + head

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letterhead (ˈlɛtəˌhɛd)
 
n
a sheet of paper printed with one's address, name, etc, for writing a letter on

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letterhead
1887, short for letterheading (1871); from letter + head (n.). So called because it was printed at the "head" of the piece of paper.
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