vb. (context transitive obsolete English) To ordain; consecrate; admit to a religious order.
HODE may refer to:
- 9-Hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid (9-HODE)
- 13-Hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid (13-HODE)
Usage examples of "hode".
A--a--a it stroiks me that that you manetion his the hode about hangger and ope and orror and revenge you know.
Then the postern gate opened, and Marl, Hode, and Doman led their horses out into the night, mounted, and sped away under the stars, with Bordestang and its castle between themselves and the Moors.
Donald Hodes, a six foot two inch pasty white boy, looked awkward and gangly standing beside Gilmore.
Stan Gurnick PhD, Wayne Sommers, Luis Trevino, Raymond, Teresa and Mark Stadalsky, Tony Hodes, Tom Pas, Bob Weinberg, Greg Ketter, and Jeane and Paul E.
He were a bleaunt of blwe that bradde to the erthe, His surkot semed hym wel that softe wat3 forred, And his hode of that ilke henged on his schulder, Blande al of blaunner were bothe al aboute.
And thenne a mere mantyle wat3 on that mon cast Of a broun bleeaunt, enbrauded ful ryche And fayre furred wythinne with felle3 of the best, Alle of ermyn in erde, his hode of the same.