tod

tod

1 [tod]

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English todde; akin to Frisian (East dial.) todde small load, Old Norse toddi piece, slice

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tod

2 [tod]
noun Scot. and North England.
1.
a fox.
2.
a crafty, foxy person.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English (north) < ?

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tod1 (tɒd)
 
n
(Brit) a unit of weight, used for wool, etc, usually equal to 28 pounds
 
[C15: probably related to Frisian todde rag, Old High German zotta tuft of hair]

tod2 (tɒd)
 
n
slang (Brit) on one's tod on one's own
 
[C19: rhyming slang Tod Sloan/alone, after Tod Sloan, a jockey]

tod3 (tɒd)
 
n
a Scot and northern English dialect word for a fox
 
[C12: of unknown origin]

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TOD
  1. time of day

  2. top of descent

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