o.d.

1

(in prescriptions) the right eye.

Origin of o.d.

1
From the Latin word oculus dexter

Definition for o.d. (2 of 4)

o.d.

2

olive drab.
on demand.
outside diameter.

Definition for o.d. (3 of 4)

O.D.

1

(in prescriptions) the right eye.

Origin of O.D.

1
From the Latin word oculus dexter

Definition for o.d. (4 of 4)

O.D.

2

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Word Origin and History for o.d.

O.D.


abbreviation of overdose, attested from 1960.

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