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Parf of speech: Adjective, OED Year: 1593, OED Evaluation: N/A

The head of a pin; freq. taken as the type of something very small, inexpensive, or insignificant

Interviewer: How do you pick- pick potato bugs? Speaker: You just, with your fingers, put it in a can and gasoline if you can imagine (laughs). Their end was not- or you- if you found the eggs then of course you were- that was much better. Interviewer: Okay, how do you find those? Speaker: Well you flip up the leaf and- and they're orange- little orange pinhead.
Something very small