Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word nod. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in nod.
Definitions and meaning of nod
From Middle Englishnodden, probably from an unrecorded Old English*hnodian(“to nod, shake the head”), from Proto-Germanic*hnudōną(“to beat, rivet, pound, push”), from Proto-Indo-European*kendʰ-, from *ken-(“to scratch, scrape, rub”). Compare Old High Germanhnotōn(“to shake”), hnutten(“to shake, rattle, vibrate”) (> modern dialectal Germannotteln, nütteln(“to rock, move back and forth”)), Icelandichnjóða(“to rivet, clinch”).
(Received Pronunciation, General New Zealand) IPA(key): /nɒd/
Homophone: gnawed(in accents with the cot-caught merger)
nod (third-person singular simple presentnods, present participlenodding, simple past and past participlenodded)
(transitive, intransitive) To incline the head up and down, as to indicate agreement.
(transitive, intransitive) To briefly incline the head downwards as a cursory greeting.
(transitive, intransitive) To sway, move up and down.
By every wind that nods the mountain pine.
1819, William Wordsworth, On Seeing a Tuft of Snowdrops in a Storm
Frail snowdrops that together cling / and nod their helmets, smitten by the wing / of many a furious whirl-blast sweeping by.
(intransitive) To gradually fall asleep.
(transitive) To signify by a nod.
They nodded their assent.
(intransitive) To make a mistake by being temporarily inattentive or tired
Even Homer nods.
(transitive, intransitive, soccer) To head; to strike the ball with one's head.
Jones nods the ball back to his goalkeeper.
(intransitive, figuratively) To allude to something.
March 15 2012, Soctt Tobias, The Kid With A Bike [Review]
Though the title nods to the Italian neo-realist classic Bicycle Thieves—and Cyril, much like the father and son in that movie, spends much of his time tracking down the oft-stolen possession—The Kid With A Bike isn’t about the bike as something essential to his livelihood, but as his sole connection to the freedom and play of childhood itself.
(intransitive, slang) To fall asleep while under the influence of opiates.
(incline the head):wag, yes
nodding disease, nodding syndrome
An instance of inclining the head up and down, as to indicate agreement, or as a cursory greeting.
A reference or allusion to something.
For the fifth time in her career she received a Grammy nod, she has yet to win the award.
2011Allen Gregory, "Pilot" (season 1, episode 1):
Allen Gregory DeLongpre: Really putting a damper on the ol' Tony nod.
DON, Don, Don., ODN, don, don'
From Latinnōdus. Compare Daco-Romaniannod.
From Latinnōdō. Compare Daco-Romanianînnoda, înnod (archaic noda).
nodu, anod, anodu
nod (past participlenudatã)
I knot, tie a knot.
nudari / nudare
From Old Irishnot, from Latinnota. Doublet of nóta.