Origin of od
Definition for odyle (2 of 2)
Related formso·dyl·ic [oh-dil-ik] /oʊˈdɪl ɪk/, adjectiveod·yl·ism, nounod·yl·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for odyle
This Odyle, then, is particularly potent in the quartz or beryl, when brought into activity by the intention of the seer.How to Read the Crystal|Sepharial
Odyle is generated, among other things, by heat and by chemical action.
This odyle is particularly potent in certain bodies and one of these is the beryl or quartz.Second Sight|Sepharial
Fill it as full of electricity, magnetism and odyle as you please; do these afford any reason for its very extraordinary conduct?Fables of Infidelity and Facts of Faith|Robert Patterson
The manifestation of Odyle is accompanied by a light too faint for healthy vision, but perceptible at night by "sensitives."
British Dictionary definitions for odyle (1 of 5)
'Od or Odd
British Dictionary definitions for odyle (2 of 5)
verb OD's, OD'ing or OD'd
Word Origin for OD
British Dictionary definitions for odyle (3 of 5)
- on demand