Definition of enter someone's head in English:

enter someone's head

  • [usually with negative] Occur to someone: such an idea never entered my head
    More example sentences
    • I was just sitting at my computer one night and this idea came into my head.
    • It was just an idea that came into my head out of nowhere really, and today while I was doing some research on-line I stumbled across a course offered by the United Nations that is perfectly in line with what I am interested in.
    • I walked into my bedroom, with a new idea coming into my head.
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Pronunciation: məˈlôrd
noun
used to address an English nobleman