hod
noun Etymology: probably from Middle Dutch hodde; akin to Middle High German hotte cradle Date: 1573 1. a tray or trough that has a pole handle and that is borne on the shoulder for carrying loads (as of mortar or brick) 2. a coal scuttle

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  • Hod — may refer to: * Brick hod, a long handled box carried over the shoulder to move a load of bricks or mortar * Hod Hill, an archaeological site in Dorset, England * Coal scuttle *Hod הוד is the Hebrew word for majesty , splendor or glory . **Hod… …   Wikipedia

  • Hod — Höd  Pour le Sephiroth, voir Sephiroth (Kabbale)#Hod. Loki donne du gui taillé à Höd pour qu il l envoie sur Baldr Höd (Hǫðr en vieux norrois, ou Hod, Hoder …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hod — Hod, representada como la octava sefirá en el árbol de la vida. Hod ( Majestad ; הוד) en cábala es la octava sefirá del árbol de la vida. Deriva de hod הוד que en idioma hebreo significa majestad o esplendor y denota tanto alabanza como sumisión …   Wikipedia Español

  • hod — hod; hod·den; hod·dle; hod·dy·poll; hod·ful; hod·ma·dod; hod·man; …   English syllables

  • hod — hȏd m DEFINICIJA 1. kretanje koracima [sat hoda]; hodanje, koračanje, pješačenje 2. način hodanja i koračanja [brz (širok, razmaknut, klimav) hod] 3. rad, djelovanje nekog stroja 4. pren. žarg. kretanje (o društvenim događajima, razvoju u… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • hōd- — *hōd germ., Verb: nhd. hüten, bedecken; ne. protect, cover (Verb); Rekontruktionsbasis: afries., anfrk., as., ahd.; Etymologie: s. ing. *kadʰ …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Hod — (h[o^]d), n. [Prov. E. for hold, i. e., that which holds. See {Hold}.] 1. A kind of wooden tray with a handle, having V shaped trough, made of wood or metal, attached to a long handle and usually carried over the shoulder; it is a tool used by… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hod — hod, s.n. (reg., înv.) Curs, mers. Trimis de claudia, 01.12.2005. Sursa: DAR  hod ( duri), s.n. – Mers, umblet. rus. chod (Cihac, II, 139). În Mold., rar. Pare a fi dublet al lui hudă, s.f. (Mold., Trans., deschidere, trecere), de unde hudiţă, s …   Dicționar Român

  • Hod — (Hodhr, »Krieg«), ein Gott der nordischen Mythologie, Sohn des Odin, ein Ase von außerordentlicher Stärke, aber blind. Getäuscht durch den bösen Loki, erschoß er seinen Bruder Balder (s. d.) mit der Staude Mistiltein, weshalb er von Wali, dem… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • hod — /hod/, n. 1. a portable trough for carrying mortar, bricks, etc., fixed crosswise on top of a pole and carried on the shoulder. 2. a coal scuttle. [1565 75; perh. later var. of ME hot basket for carrying earth] * * * …   Universalium

  • Höd — (nórdico antiguo: Höðr) fue un rey vikingo que gobernó el reino de Hadeland, Noruega. Según Hversu Noregr byggdist era el padre del legendario héroe Hothbrodd. Bibliografía Sturluson, Snorri. Heimskringla: History of the Kings of Norway, trad.… …   Wikipedia Español

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