Origin of od
Definition for ods (2 of 2)
noun, plural ODs or OD's.
verb (used without object), OD'd or ODed or OD'ed, OD'ing or OD·ing.
Origin of OD
Examples from the Web for ods
But, ods fish, Morton, how is it that you grew so friendly with the priest before his departure?
Ods fish, Morton, this thing might puzzle a wiser man, than thine uncle.
Ods fish, I do not think a bad man would have slept so well.
Leland saith it riseth nere vnto Orton in Crauen, wherfore the ods is but little.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine|Raphaell Holinshed
Truly, I thought there had been one number more, because they say, Ods nouns.The Merry Wives of Windsor|William Shakespeare
British Dictionary definitions for ods (1 of 4)
'Od or Odd
British Dictionary definitions for ods (2 of 4)
verb OD's, OD'ing or OD'd
Word Origin for OD
British Dictionary definitions for ods (3 of 4)
- on demand