head over heels
turning over completely in a forward motion as in a somersault
The earlier, more logical, version of this phrase was heels over head. The normal modern form dates from the late 18th century. It is often used figuratively of an extreme condition, as in head over heels in love, madly in love or head over heels in debt, deeply in debt.
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