Origin of tod1
Definition for tod (2 of 2)
noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of tod2
Examples from the Web for tod
Schiaparelli's label is being revived by Diego Della Valle of Tod's Group.Anna Wintour's First Tweet Is About DOMA; Wendy Davis's Red Filibuster Sneakers|The Fashion Beast Team|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I could not get near Tod and Harry Parker; but they whistled at me across the sawdust and the fancy steeds performing on it.
We went with her to the station, and the way Tod wrapped her up in the railway-carriage was as good as a show.Johnny Ludlow. First Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
The week Tod began going to school, Dick played truant one day.Maybee's Stepping Stones|Archie Fell
Tod had laid hold of a piece of blotting-paper and was pulling it to pieces.Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
Calling Tod, we talked a little, and then told Edna that we both thought she ought to disclose this to Mr. Westerbrook.