Tod may refer to:

Given name
  • Tod Browning
  • James Tod, British East India Company army officer and political agent, author of Annals and Antiquities of Rajas'han
  • John Tod, 1779-1830, an historical member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
  • Time of day
  • Time of death, used by many departments of investigation
  • El-Tod, a village and archaeological site in Egypt
  • Mount Tod, also known as Tod Mountain, a summit near British Columbia, Canada. Tod Mountain was formerly the name of the ski resort at that location now named Sun Peaks
  • Tod Inlet, a sidewater of Saanich Inlet on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, also the name of a former post office at this location. Also Tod Creek and Tod Rock, in association with this name.
Movies, games, books and comics
  • Tales of Destiny, a PlayStation video game developed by Namco
  • Time Of Deceptions, a comic created by a person who goes by the name of Bungi Parappa
  • Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction, a video game in the Ratchet & Clank series
  • Truth or Dare, a party game
  • Yoan "ToD" Merlo, a French professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom also called "TOD"
Transportation, city names, city planning
  • Tioman Airport, IATA airport code TOD
  • Todmorden, a large Yorkshire town in the UK.
  • Transit-oriented development, a form of land use planning
  • Top of descent, an aviation term
Computers, telecommunications and video
  • TOD (video format), a tapeless video format by JVC
  • Television on Demand, a product of entertainment providers
  • Television on the Desktop
  • CZW Tournament of Death, an annual professional wrestling event by Combat Zone Wrestling
  • Foresters' Association of Turkey (Türkiye Ormancılar Derneği - The TOD)
  • Scottish & northern English term for fox

Famous quotes containing the word tod:

    If you wake up dead in the morning, your body drained dry of blood, you’ll be afraid of the dark.
    Guy Endore, and Tod Browning. Chauffeur (Franklyn Ardel)

    There is no more foul or relentless enemy of man in the occult world than this dead-alive creature spewed up from the grave.
    Guy Endore, and Tod Browning. Prof. Zelenn (Lionel Barrymore)

    We must all die. There’s nothing terrible about death. But to live on after death, a soul, earthbound, a vampire—you don’t wish any such fate for your beloved.
    Guy Endore, and Tod Browning. Prof. Zelenn (Lionel Barrymore)