The Collaborative International Dictionary
Od \Od\, n. [G., fr. Gr. ? passage.] (Physics) An alleged force or natural power, supposed, by Reichenbach and others, to produce the phenomena of mesmerism, and to be developed by various agencies, as by magnets, heat, light, chemical or vital action, etc.; -- called also odyle or the odylic force. [Archaic]
That od force of German Reichenbach
Which still, from female finger tips, burnt blue.
Etymology 1 n. ''(archaic except in dialects)'' God Etymology 2
n. An alleged force or natural power, supposed, by Reichenbach and others, to produce the phenomena of mesmerism, and to be developed by various agencies, as by magnets, heat, light, chemical or vital action, etc.; — also called odyle or the odylic force.
OD or Od may refer to:
od is a program for displaying ("dumping") data in various human-readable output formats. The name is an acronym for " octal dump" since it defaults to printing in the octal data format. It can also display output in a variety of other formats, including hexadecimal, decimal, and ASCII. It is useful for visualizing data that is not in a human-readable format, like the executable code of a program.
od is one of the earliest Unix programs, having appeared in version 1 AT&T Unix. It is also specified in the POSIX standards. The implementation for od used on Linux systems is usually provided by GNU Core Utilities.
Since it predates the Bourne shell, its existence causes an inconsistency in the do loop syntax. Other loops and logical blocks are opened by the name, and closed by the reversed name, e.g. if ... fi and case ... esac, but od's existence necessitates do ... done.
Usage examples of "od".
The Odim clan was gathering in the courtyard, where slaves were still meddling inefficiently with long rods, climbing in and out of the biogas inspection pit, despite the sleet in the air.
Odim clan was gathering in the courtyard, where slaves were still meddling inefficiently with long rods, climbing in and out of the biogas inspection pit, despite the sleet in the air.
But, ods fish, Morton, how is it that you grew so friendly with the priest before his departure?
When Major Gardeterark and his escort had left, Odim shut the door into the packinghouse and sat down by the fire.
Major Gardeterark and his escort had left, Odim shut the door into the packinghouse and sat down by the fire.
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The antiplague regulations, the Restrictions of Persons in Abodes Act, imposed on the city and on Eedap Mun Odim, were moves to make the massacre when it came more acceptable to the population.
The New Season contained, besides such provisions as Odim could lay his hands on at short notice, a herd of arang, fine Odim porcelain services, and a sick man bearing the plague, with a slave woman to tend him.
In that moment, he saw how he might make use of her and Odim to disrupt the Oligarch’s plan and save Asperamanka’s army.
He hadn'ttouch od, but here in the, sun, the tang of fresh sweat was apnoticed in the colder wo, d body odors.
As her breath became as regular as a balmy breeze over the autumn valleys of Kuj-fuvec, Odim gathered together his inner resources and underwent that small death which forms the entrance gate to pauk.
And then he saw the lights of the Volkswagen and two figures—mere shadows, Lavon and Oded, stomping their feet against the cold.
Oded and Lavon had heard it too, because they were now scrambling up the road to meet him.
And when Asa heard these words, and the prophecy of Oded the prophet, he took courage, and put away the abominable idols out of all the land of Judah and Benjamin, and out of the cities which he had taken from mount Ephraim, and renewed the altar of the LORD, that was before the porch of the LORD.
Od, too, pre-empted one person for one sequence: Lieutenant Khoyzyanov of the marines, at the grain elevator.