The end of a hammerhead opposite the flat striking area, usually wedge-shaped or ball-shaped and employed for chipping, indenting, and metalworking.
The (often spherical) end associated with the mind of a hammer opposite the key hammering end.
A round-edged, or hemispherical, end to your head of a hammer or sledge, regularly stretch or fold material by indentation.
The sharp-edged end associated with mind of a mason's hammer.
That end of a hammer-head or similar device which terminates in an advantage, or in a sharp, rounded cone-shaped, hemispherical, or perhaps specifically modified point, as distinguished form the standard level face. See also cuts under hammer.
the section of a hammerhead opposite the level striking surface (might have various shapes)