Glod may refer to:
- Glöð, a legendary queen recorded in Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar
- Glod, a nickname bestowed upon Glenn Beck by Stephen Colbert
- Glod Glodsson, a fictional character in Terry Pratchett's novel Soul Music
- Glod, a village in Almașu Mare Commune, Alba County, Romania
- Glod, a village in Moroeni Commune, Dâmboviţa County, Romania
- Glod , a village in Strâmtura Commune, Maramureş County, Romania
- Glod, a village in Lapoş Commune, Prahova County, Romania
- Glod, a village in Gâlgău Commune, Sălaj County, Romania
Usage examples of "glod".
Although dwarfs did not, as a rule, play stringed instruments, Glod knew a guitar when he saw one.
Dwarfs weren't given to deep introspection, but Glod was suddenly aware of a desire to be a long way from here, in a cave somewhere.
The shape of Glod was outlined in the light of dawn, wielding a brush.
He stole the altar gold from the Temple of Offler and had it made into a horn and played magical music until the gods caught up with him and pulled his' 'Right,' said Buddy, 'but if you went out there now and asked who the most famous horn player is, would they remember some felonious monk or would they shout for Glod Glodsson?
The cart stopped outside one small shop and Glod leapt down and went inside.
So much happened later that Glod never did tell anyone about the sensation he had, that although the cart had definitely wedged itself uncertainly on the edge of the cliff it had also plunged on, tumbling over and over, towards the rocks .
For example, the greedy Seriph of Al-Ybi was once cursed by a badly-educated deity and for some days everything he touched turned to Glod, which happened to be the name of a small dwarf from a mountain community hundreds of miles away who found himself magically dragged to the kingdom and relentlessly duplicated.
When it came to sending palaces to sleep for a hundred years or getting princesses to spin straw into Glod,* no-one did it better than Black Aliss.
When it came to sending palaces to sleep for a hundred years or getting princesses to spin straw into Glod, no-one did it better than Black Aliss.
Glod blew the dust off a crumhorn and put it to his lips, achieving a sound like the ghost of a refried bean.