re- +‎ nod


renod (third-person singular simple present renods, present participle renodding, simple past and past participle renodded)

  1. (intransitive, rare) To nod again.
    • 1977, Edna O'Brien, Arabian Days, page 102:
      The sheikh comes back in, and slowly, we can become a little more personal in our discussion and he nods sagely and then renods.
    • 2012, Joab Russo, The Sethelian Archives, →ISBN, page 12:
      “Are we calm yet?” Alonn nodded. “Are we sure?” Alonn renodded.
    • 2015, Eddie Robbert, The Rock Pile, →ISBN:
      Keith renods. Dreamin' as usual.