The word quod can refer to the following:

  • The Quod, a contemporary nickname for the English Quota System during the Napoleonic Wars
  • a quod, the main playing item in the fictional sport of Quodpot in the Harry Potter universe

The word is also common in several Latin phrases used in different (English) contexts:

  • per quod
  • ad quod damnum
  • nemo dat quod non habet
  • quod erat demonstrandum (often abbreviated "Q.E.D.")

Other articles related to "quod":

Paleo-orthodoxy - Description
... described in the canon of Vincent of LĂ©rins as "Quod ubique, quod semper, quod ab omnibus" ("What everywhere, always and by everyone") ...
Veni Sancte Spiritus - Text
... Lava quod est sordidum, riga quod est aridum, sana quod est saucium ... Flecte quod est rigidum, fove quod est frigidum, rege quod est devium ...
Reordination - Roman Catholic Interpretation
... The early Church sought the solution of these difficulties ... Old Catholics and Anglicans often bring charges against the Roman See, which, if they had the value they claim, would tell not only against the popes but also against the early Church and the Fathers ...
Eris Quod Sum
... List of Heroes episodes "Eris Quod Sum" is the seventh episode of the third season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes and forty-first episode overall ... "Eram quod es, eris quod sum" is a Latin phrase that is often found on gravestones and translates as "I was what you are, you will be what I am" ...

Famous quotes containing the word quod:

    “Hastou nat herd,” quod Nicholas, “also
    The sorwe of Noee with his felaweshipe?
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    “Teehee,” quod she, and clapte the windowe to.
    And Absolon gooth forth a sory pas.
    “A beerd, a beerd!” quod hende Nicholas,
    “By Goddes corpus, this gooth faire and weel.”
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)