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tod

noun \ ˈtäd \

Definition of tod

chiefly Scotland
:fox

Origin and Etymology of tod

Middle English

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tod

noun

Definition of tod

1 British :a bushy clump (as of ivy)
2 archaic :any of various units of weight for wool; especially :one equal to 28 pounds (13 kilograms)

Origin and Etymology of tod

Middle English todd, todde; probably akin to Old High German zotta tuft of hair

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