Tim Whitehead

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Timothy John Whitehead is a South African professional rugby union player who most recently played with Western Province. His regular position is centre.

Whitehead is a surname. Recorded in a number of spellings including Whithead, Whitehed, Whithed, and Whitsed, this surname is of English origins. It usually derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century word "hwit" meaning white, plus "heafod", a head, combined to form a descriptive nickname for someone with white hair.