Green’s Dictionary of Slang

dod n.1

also dodd, edod

[late 17C–1910s] a euph. for God; usu. in combs., as below; see also dad n.1 and combs.

In compounds

dod-bimmed (adj.) (also dod binged)

[1900s] (Aus./US) a euph. for god-damned adj.

dod-rotted (adj.) (also dogrotted)

[mid–late 19C] (US) a euph. for god-damned adj.; thus adv. dod-rottedly (see cite 1873).

In exclamations

dod bust...!

[mid-19C+] (US) a general imprecation, curse, i.e. God-damn! excl.

dodgast...! (also dodd gast! dod gast it!) [SE gast, to terrify]

[early 19C–1910s] (US) a general imprecation, curse, i.e. God-damn! excl.

dod rabbit it! (also dadrattit! dod rabbit…!)

[mid–late 19C] (US) a mild oath, a euph. of 16C God rebate it!

dod rot it! (also dod drot! dod drot...! dod rot…!)

[mid-19C] a mild oath of exasperation; also as v.