hod hod


  • (n) an open box attached to a long pole handle; bricks or mortar are carried on the shoulder


  1. He could no longer count on the three small parties of his coalition to help carry the hod.
  2. Coia's life is far removed from the asbestos strippers and hod carriers his union represents.
  3. This week, the hod carriers and common laborers meet in convention for the first time in 30 years.


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  • Mr Ahern replied: "It is not for me to decide, here on the floor of the House, whether I should hod a referendum. That is a matter for Government to propose, and, obviously, ultimately for the Oireachtas to dispose a piece of legislation in that...
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