To od is to overdose or get too much of something or to get dangerous levels of something, especially something bad for you or an illegal drug.(verb)
Od is a theoretical natural force said to appear in light, magnetism, hypnotism and other forces, or the abbreviation for overdose or for overdraft.(noun)
An example of an od is a possible force that appears when a light turns on.
See od in Webster's New World College Dictionary
noun pl. od
Origin: Ger, coined by K. v. Reichenbach (1788-1869), Ger scientist
Origin: euphemism for God
Origin: L oculus dexter
See od in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Alteration of God.
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