Definitions for odˈoʊˈdi
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Doctor of Optometry, OD(noun)
a doctor's degree in optometry
oculus dexter, OD(noun)
the right eye
To take an overdose of a drug, to overdose.
Origin: An arbitrary coinage.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ōd, or od, n. a peculiar force acting on the nervous system, assumed by Reichenbach to exist in light, heat, electricity, living bodies, and all material substances whatever, and to produce the phenomena of mesmerism.—adj. O′dic.—ns. Od′-force, od; O′dism, belief in od. [Gr. hodos, a way.]
od, n. for God—sometimes Odd.—interjs. Od's-bodikins, God's body; Od's life, God's life; Od's-pitikins (Shak.), a corr. of God's pity.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
name given to a physical force recently surmised and believed to pervade all nature, and as manifesting itself chiefly in connection with mesmeric phenomena.
D.O., DO, do
The numerical value of od in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of od in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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