Common misspellings for rod:
rowd, brord, redeay, roi, robd, proid, frowd, 63rd, rog, 23rdf, rownd, groud, frod, rocord, roud, swrod, roa, redue, radoi, rtoday, roder, rouph, raoid, roght, ros, roda, wrror, froad, reard, raod, rody, rotar, readu, 33rd, bod, reaad, ridof, froaud, royur, roard, errode, brod, roo, hyrdo, reoad, wrods, harod, growd, rouder, srudo, rcd, roaad, shrod, ruond, ruogh, lod, rideau, raiot, rread, rtoad, reodel, rrof, rofo, wreid, oeriod, rror, ridfe, roz, rsoe, rbody, racord, 3rdof, resod, roude, rccd, rador, roand, ggod, rooad, rof, roigh, froud, brode, drowd, jod, driod, wrold, redew, rad, mmod, reeed, rried, fod, ord, rhead, prooud, proad, reada, ridig, yrok, roed, ardd, wrowt, vod, wroet, rond, rord, wrod, wrout, ror, ood, reday, cirrodor, recod, rud, raead, wrond, errod, raor, readd, raddy, rosd, broud, riound, roald, rodea, 43rd, arroud, yuo'd, myriod, oroder, roodf, wod, ro, reort, aroud, rol, rmor, roadio, wrlod, arourd, rooot, croud, rtoom, rom, dod, wroat, rcord, frood, wrtoe, rhond, rosed, yrou, rowwed, redoi, raido, roeder, varyd, go0d, tod, rop, roert, ryou, wrode, rooat, ruday, rholde, fowrd, rojo, rpoud, reayd, reold, noid, produ, kodi, ryiad, praod, zerod, wrido, wride, remod, reduc, roaed, rhod, yried, browd, orooud, riday, wraooed, rogh, keywrod, rouht, wread, rotay, jarod, rodel, road, pirod, rok, racod, roind, rudoph, rored, roedr, roode, luod, rouond, roubd, roead, rou, roudn, rold, rhoda, radme, eriod, roomd, froid, ffod, nrrd, rosado, crod, retor, rould, praoud, roadd, reord, rolld, prood, rolde, ronud, prowd, roudy, erod, 123rd, roade, 23rd, areoud, iod, read180, rodio, reod, roday, pruod, redug, 13rd, rodey, aiod, hrrd, rodd, od, ron, arrd, yo'd, 03rd, 233rd, 2rd, 3'rd, 34rd, 4rd, aod, brody, croawd, crouwd, dod101, droid, roddie, vryday, rfor, 4od, o1d, rrd, roadie, red1, rdo, rhoad, rodihu, riout, rhode, rodoe, romoda, roy, royi, srod, w0rld, wriot, wrotr, rarat, raarat, 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, 5od, rpd, r0d, rfod, rtod, 5rod, r5od, 4rod, r4od, rkod, rokd, ropd, r0od, ro0d, r9od, ro9d, roxd, rodx, rofd, rodf, rodr, 2od, zod, r od, ro d.
Definition of rod:
- A measure of length containing sixteen and a half feet; -- called also perch, and pole.
- a square rod of land
- ( British) a linear measure of 16. 5 feet
- any rod- shaped bacterium
- a long thin implement made of metal or wood
- a gangster's pistol
- a linear measure of 16. 5 feet
- A straight and slender stick; a wand; hence, any slender bar, as of wood or metal ( applied to various purposes).
- An instrument of punishment or correction; figuratively, chastisement.
- A kind of sceptor, or badge of office; hence, figuratively, power; authority; tyranny; oppression.
- A support for a fishing line; a fish pole.
- A member used in tension, as for sustaining a suspended weight, or in tension and compression, as for transmitting reciprocating motion, etc.; a connecting bar.
- An instrument for measuring.
- A measure of length containing sixteen and a half feet; - called also perch, and pole.
- A straight and slender stick; any slender bar, especially one of metal; a fishing- pole; a switch used for inflicting punishment; hence, correction or discipline; with the; a scepter; hence, power; a measure of length containing five and a half yards.
- 1. A straight slender cylindrical formation. 2. One of the rhodopsin- containing cells forming with the cones the layer of rods and cones of the retina.
- A long twig: a slender stick: anything long and slender: an instrument of correction: an emblem of power or authority: a pole or perch ( 5 1/ 2 yards): ( fig.) punishment: authority: oppression: ( B.) race or tribe.
- A slender stick or bar; instrument of punishment; a pole or perch; sixteen and a half feet.
- A shoot or twig; a straight, slim piece of wood or bar of metal.
- A measure of length; 16½ feet.
- A long twig; a wand; instrument of correction or punishment; a pole for angling; an implement about five yards long for measuring; a measure of 5 1/ 2 yards; a pole; a perch; power; a race.