To incline the head up and down, as to indicate agreement. (verb)
to sway, move up and down (verb)
To gradually fall asleep. (verb)
To make a mistake by being temporarily inattentive or tired (verb)
To head; to strike the ball with one's head. (verb)
To allude to something. (verb)
To fall asleep while under the influence of opiates. (verb)
An instance of moving one's head as described above. (noun)
A reference or allusion to something. (noun)
Examples of word nod
And as we all know (or at least so the magazines keep telling us), a man will only love us (subtext: will want to give us a good tumble on his high heat cycle * wink wink nod nod*) if we are svelte.
You know, sometimes it's not ALL about love .. it's about the other L-word .. * nod nod*
The latest Double Feature amateur sleuth is an amusing homage to great comedic movies such as the title nod to A Night at the era.
One key reason Romney didn't get the nod is his job slashing businessman past.
For the exporters, a nod is as good as a wink, and you can bet that the EU will be monitoring residues in Ugandan exports with an enthusiasm that their officials normally only reserve for their monthly pay cheques.