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Tod may refer to:
- 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
- Mount Tod (Antarctica), a peak near Amundsen Bay, Antarctica
- 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.
- Transportation, city names, city planning
- Top of descent, an aviation term
- Torque on Demand, four wheel drive system based on multi-disc differential
- Computers, telecommunications and video
- TOD (video format), a tapeless video format by JVC
- CZW Tournament of Death, an annual professional wrestling event by Combat Zone Wrestling
- Foresters' Association of Turkey (Türkiye Ormancılar Derneği - The TOD)
- Scottish and northern English term for fox
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