1. of a man, to have sexual intercourse.
|DSUE (1984) 983/1: late C.19–20.|
2. (US Und.) to hold up with a gun.
|Vocab. Criminal Sl. 71: rod [...] to hold up at the point of a pistol.|
3. to arm oneself with a gun.
|Put on the Spot 76: His mob an’ Kinky’s wouldn’ rod nor rat so long as the boys stayed on the reservations.|
4. (US teen) to drive an automobile.
|Sandusky Register (OH) 19 Nov. n.p.: Thanksgiving. This means a lot of time to rod about [...] drive like the fizz is following you.|
|Baltimore Sun (MD) Sun. Mag. 4 Dec. 9/1: He had feet, rodded a bomb that was real hairy, and stacked up as the ginchiest speed man in school.|
to shoot dead.
|(ref. to 1920s) Over the Wall 209: I couldn’t help wince perceptibly at the casual way remark by either Jones or Murray of ‘rodding off the guy.’.|