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Prod vs. Prodd

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Prodverb

(transitive) To poke, to push, to touch.

Proddnoun

(obsolete) A crossbow.

Prodverb

To encourage, to prompt.

Proddnoun

A crossbow. See Prod, 3.

Prodverb

(transitive) To prick with a goad.

Prodnoun

A device (now often electrical) used to goad livestock into moving.

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Prodnoun

A prick or stab with such a pointed instrument.

Prodnoun

A poke.

‘"It's your turn," she reminded me, giving me a prod on the shoulder.’;

Prodnoun

A light kind of crossbow; a prodd.

Prodnoun

A production.

‘Check our BBS for the latest prods.’; ‘We've hit ten million users in prod today.’;

Prodnoun

A pointed instrument for pricking or puncturing, as a goad, an awl, a skewer, etc.

Prodnoun

A prick or stab which a pointed instrument.

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Prodnoun

A light kind of crossbow; - in the sense, often spelled prodd.

Prodverb

To thrust some pointed instrument into; to prick with something sharp; as, to prod a soldier with a bayonet; to prod oxen; hence, to goad, to incite, to worry; as, to prod a student.

Prodnoun

a verbalization that encourages you to attempt something;

‘the ceaseless prodding got on his nerves’;

Prodnoun

a pointed instrument used to prod into motion

Prodverb

to push against gently;

‘She nudged my elbow when she saw her friend enter the restaurant’;

Prodverb

urge on; cause to act;

‘They other children egged the boy on, but he did not want to throw the stone through the window’;

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Prodverb

poke or thrust abruptly;

‘he jabbed his finger into her ribs’;

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