Definition of Todde

1. to yield a tod [v TODDED, TODDING, TODDES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Todde

tocotrienol
tocotrienolquinone
tocs
tocsin
tocsins
tocus
tod
todah rabah
todash
today
today's
today is a good day to die
today we are all
todaye
todays
todde (current term)
todded
toddes
toddick
toddies
todding
toddle
toddle off
toddled
toddler
toddler's fracture
toddlerdom
toddlerhood
toddlerhoods
toddlers

Literary usage of Todde

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1. A Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles: The Middle Ages by Ronald Edward Zupko (1985)
"1603 Henllys 138: By the todde there is none sold except yt be to an Englishe buyer, that cometh of purpose, and maketh his bargaine by the todde, ..."

2. A Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles: The Middle Ages by Ronald Edward Zupko (1985)
"1616 Hopton l64: A todde is 28 pounds, or two stone. 1635 Dalton l49: 28 pounds goeth to the Tod. 1665 Sheppard 63: For Wooll, some say l4 pound goeth to ..."

3. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"A gift at Christmas was also denominated lot todde; U. Amir. vo. ... Haldorson expL Isl. todde, integrara frustum vel membrum rei. ..."

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