TOD


TOD

TOD may refer to:

Time:
* Time of day
* Time of death, used by many departments of investigation.

Movies, games, books and comics:
* Tales of Destiny, a PlayStation video game developed by Namco
* Time Of Deceptions, a comic created by a person who goes by the name of Bungi Parappa
* "", a video game in the "Ratchet & Clank" series
* Truth or Dare, a party game
* Yoan "ToD" Merlo, a French professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III
* Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom also called "TOD"

Transportation, city names, city planning:
* Ticket on Departure, an airline (or train) paper ticket reserved in advance but picked up at the airport or trainstation
* Tioman Airport, IATA airport code TOD
* Todmorden, a large Yorkshire town in the UK.
* Transit-oriented development, a form of land use planning
* Top of descent, an aviation term.

Computers, telecomunnications and video:
* TOD tapeless video format by JVC
* Talk On Disk, a term from the telecommunication industry
* Television on Demand, a product of entertainment providers
* Television on the Desktop

Other:
* 'Temporary OverDraft, in banking terms.
* Tod, an English measure of weight, equal to 28 pounds or 12.7 kg

ee also

* Todd


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  • Tod A. — Tod A. is the stage name of singer, songwriter and bass guitarist Tod Ashley. He founded the rock music groups Cop Shoot Cop and Firewater.Tod went to high school at the Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey, and lived in Cranbury, NJ before… …   Wikipedia

  • Tod’s — Tod s S.p.A. Rechtsform Società per Azioni Sitz Sant’Elpidio a Mare (AP), Italien …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tod's — S.p.A. Unternehmensform Società per Azioni Unternehmenssitz Sant Elpidio a Mare (AP), Italien Unternehmensleitung Diego Della Valle, (CEO) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tod — fue una ciudad del Antiguo Egipto situada a 20 km al sur de Luxor y enfrente de Armant. En egipcio antiguo se llamaba Dyerty, recibió el nombre de Tuphion de los griegos, Tufium (o Tuphium) de los romanos y posteriormente se llamó Tod en idioma… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tod — (t[o^]d), n. [Akin to D. todde a rag, G. zotte shag, rag, a tuft of hair, Icel. toddi a piece of a thing, a tod of wool.] 1. A bush; a thick shrub; a bushy clump. [R.] An ivy todde. Spenser. [1913 Webster] The ivy tod is heavy with snow.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tod's — Group is an Italian company which produces shoes and other leather goods, and presided over by businessman Diego Della Valle. It is famous for its driving shoes and D bag. The family started the shoemaking business out of a basement in the late… …   Wikipedia

  • Tôd — Ville d Égypte antique Noms en égyptien ancien Djerty Localisation Région Haute Égypte Coordonnées …   Wikipédia en Français

  • tod — [tɔd US ta:d] n BrE spoken informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: on your Tod Sloan (from Tod Sloan, the name of an American jockey), rhyming slang for on your own] on your tod by yourself …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Tod — Sm std. (8. Jh.), mhd. tōt, ahd. tōd, as. dōth Stammwort. Aus g. * dauþu m. Tod , auch in gt. dauþus, anord. dauđr, ae. dēaþ, afr. dāth. Verbalabstraktum zu g. * dau ja Vst. sterben in anord. deyja (unklar ist die morphologische Beurteilung von… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • tod- — • tod /tot , Tod /Tot Zusammensetzungen mit »Tod«: – Mit d schreibt man Zusammensetzungen, die das Substantiv Tod als Bestimmungswort haben: todbereit (zum Tode bereit), todgeweiht; Todfeind, Todsünde, Todkranker. – In vielen Fällen dient das… …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung