o.d.

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Origin of o.d.

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From the Latin word oculus dexter

o.d.

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  1. olive drab.
  2. on demand.
  3. outside diameter.

O.D.

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  1. (in prescriptions) the right eye.

Origin of O.D.

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From the Latin word oculus dexter

O.D.

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  1. Doctor of Optometry.
  2. officer of the day.
  3. Old Dutch.
  4. (of a military uniform) olive drab.
  5. ordinary seaman.
  6. outside diameter.
  7. overdraft.
  8. overdrawn.
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Word Origin and History for o.d.

O.D.

abbreviation of overdose, attested from 1960.

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