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  • While the grod was being made, Fred Temple put up his fishing-rod and rambled away in search of a stream.

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  • "Ah yes! grod, that's it," said Grant, turning again to the old man;

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  • The grod attorney Chuck Greenberg appeared headed for bigger things.

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  • I don't think that the first person was grod and who is that?!?!?!?!?

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  • _grod_ bawled so frequently into his ear was sufficiently comprehensible.

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  • They can have nothing to give us in such miserable huts as these except grod [barley-meal porridge], and sour milk, and dirty beds. "

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  • 1. a slob.

    2. See entry for GRODDESS.

    Note that grod, or grad, is ancient Slovak for 'town,' or 'city' (ref. Wikipedia) and is a component of place names in Poland and Switzerland. So the terms grod and grodess may imply a national origin and thus could be considered racial epithets.

    May 9, 2009