There is no dictionary definition for the word "todd" as it is a slang term and does not have an established meaning in standard English. However, "Todd" is a common masculine given name of English origin.
As a proper noun, "Todd" refers to a personal name. It is often used as a first name for males and occasionally as a surname. The etymology of the name traces back to Middle English, derived from the Germanic name "Thod," meaning "fox" or "cunning." It gained popularity in the 19th century and has remained relatively common since then.
In a non-proper noun sense, if "todd" is used in informal conversation or slang, it does not have a well-defined definition. Slang words often have varied meanings depending on context and can be specific to certain regions or social groups. Therefore, the meaning of "todd" would need to be clarified within the given context.
In summary, "Todd" is a proper noun referring to a masculine given name, while "todd" as a slang term lacks an established dictionary definition and would require additional context for clarification.
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