Common misspellings for road:
rowd, brord, roal, roas, robd, joad, reqad, frowd, soad, readi, rownd, corad, groud, readio, rocord, roud, woad, roa, radoi, rtoday, fruad, reand, raoid, recoard, aready, rewad, roual, roda, roator, froad, reeady, recoat, readom, reard, raod, rthart, brouad, rotar, meriad, readu, reasd, reaid, forawd, readh, reaad, rehad, froaud, roard, rhiyad, toawrd, reoad, dorada, radeo, growd, roat, rouder, rubard, roaad, ruond, roaf, rioja, readr, muriad, rread, coad, rtoad, aread, rdeady, rofo, ryaidh, rwad, riad, rbody, racord, readz, 3rdof, remoat, roude, rccd, readig, rador, roand, rooad, readfy, broard, boad, froud, raedy, roab, gruad, readyy, drowd, readt, wrold, rad, readiy, rhead, prooud, roate, readdy, readuy, proad, reada, readch, roed, wrowt, moad, rond, rord, oready, throad, rgard, rnady, roayl, reaady, reday, sread, fruard, raead, wrond, raor, rthat, readd, read, raddy, rosd, roagh, richad, broud, reade, riound, roald, readl, rodea, arroud, borroad, roodf, rready, aroud, hreard, rsaid, riyad, roadio, wrlod, arourd, rooot, croud, raab, looad, readcy, wroat, rerad, rcord, rotaor, fowrad, frood, rhond, redar, rosed, rowwed, rochard, raido, oad, readhy, roeder, oread, ragady, roert, roased, wrode, rooat, ruday, riade, rojo, regad, rpoud, reayd, reold, ryiad, reaload, praod, ryadh, froat, roaed, perioad, browd, orooud, riday, roaded, ryad, wraooed, roulard, rogh, reead, wread, rotay, reasdy, raied, reaydy, road, rpaid, rtead, reado, roind, rored, roedr, roode, orad, rouond, rhand, roubd, rhoads, roead, rpad, roudn, rold, foard, rhoda, radme, readyi, reboard, girouard, wready, roap, periad, rward, roomd, froid, roomat, rosado, rould, foad, praoud, cread, roadd, reord, reart, rolld, hread, pread, prood, rairoad, broade, rolde, ronud, prowd, roudy, 123rd, riyahd, roade, areoud, reaqdy, read180, iread, rodio, roday, rodey, reaed, reald, eready, rihard, rodd, rotae, lread, rotat, 233rd, braoad, croawd, crouwd, droid, roddie, vryday, horad, noraid, rashad, readf, roadie, readay, reqady, reoaur, rhoad, rodihu, rodoe, romoda, royi, rarat, raarat, racade, rdea, radea, rdeidae, radeidae, rete, raete, rahat, raid, ridity, raidity, rietta, raietta, riidae, raiidae, roid, rouet, raouet, rrayed, rarayed, rrow wood, rarow wood, rrowhead, rarowhead, rrowroot, rarowroot, raty, rad hat, raddie, 5oad, 4oad, rkad, rlad, r0ad, r9ad, rozd, roqd, roax, roac, roae, droad, rdoad, rfoad, troad, 5road, r5oad, 4road, r4oad, rioad, roiad, rkoad, rokad, rolad, rpoad, ropad, r0oad, ro0ad, r9oad, ro9ad, rozad, roazd, rosad, roasd, rowad, roawd, roqad, roaqd, roads, roaxd, roadx, roacd, roadc, roafd, roadf, roadr, 2oad, zoad, rocd, r oad, ro ad, roa d.
Definition of road:
- This word occurs but once in the Authorized Version of the Bible, viz. in ( 1 Samuel 37:10 ) where it is used in the sense of " raid" or " inroad." Where a travelled road is meant " path" or " way" is used, since the eastern roads are more like our paths. [ E] indicates this entry was also found in Easton's Bible Dictionary
- A place where ships may ride at anchor at some distance from the shore; a roadstead; -- often in the plural; as, Hampton Roads.
- ( 1 Samuel 27:10 ; RSV, " raid"), an inroad, an incursion. This word is never used in Scripture in the sense of a way or path.
- an open way ( generally public) for travel or transportation
- A journey, or stage of a journey.
- An inroad; an invasion; a raid.
- A place where one may ride; an open way or public passage for vehicles, persons, and animals; a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another.
- A place where ships may ride at anchor at some distance from the shore; a roadstead; - often in the plural; as, Hampton Roads.
- A public way for travel; highway.
- A highway: an open way for passengers and traffic: ( B.) a plundering excursion.
- An open way for public passage; a highway; roadstead.
- A public way for travelling; a way; a place for ships to ride at anchor; a roadstead; the highway. On the road, travelling.
- A public way by which passengers, vehicles, and animals may pass from place to place; a highway; a journey.
- taking place over public roads; " road racing"