It was De Beauvais spoke, while at the same moment he knelt down beside me od the grass, and put his arm round my neck.
To what land was he taken, that his life might be saved from King Hĕr´od?
On, on I rushed, my head all ablaze with 'od' that had no business there, and praying as I never had prayed before.
The od, a new imponderable, a sort of electricity, is perhaps nothing else.
od's feet, man, if ye object to me, what the henker would ye think of some whom I have known?
In a moment he replied, “od nyok” (two heads), and I handed over the coins.
He reigned eight and thirtie yeares, six moneths and od daies, and after his readeption of the crowne six moneths.
That of the visit of Ulysses to the court of Autolycus, in od.
This may be seen especially from the speech of Elpenor in od.
od's will, have you nobody to put your gulls upon but knights?
OD or O.D.
Doctor of Optometry
Latin oculus dexter (right eye)
Olive drab; olive drab cloth (1921+ Army)
An overdose of narcotics: I guess he'd taken a light OD