Definition of rodding in US English:

rodding

noun

Scottish
rare
  • In plural Frogspawn.

noun

  • 1Rods (especially metal rods) collectively; an arrangement of rods.

  • 2The action or process of pushing a rod or rods through a duct, drain, or pipe, especially in order to clear it.

  • 3Geology. A linear structure in metamorphic rocks characterized by the arrangement of grains of a constituent mineral, especially quartz, in parallel rods.

Origin

Late 15th century (in an earlier sense). From rud + -ing<br>early 17th century (in an earlier sense). Partly from rod + -ing, and partly from rod + -ing.

Pronunciation

rodding

/ˈrɒdɪŋ/