a member of the middle class
a citizen of an English borough
James had a family and a steady job. He owned his own home and had money to spend. He was neither wealthy or poor. He was middle class, otherwise known as a burgher.
adj. Hodd is a combination of the words 'hot' and 'odd'. So something/someone that is hodd is both hot and odd.
It most usually has, not a negative or positive connotation by default, but one that is designed to make the recipient think twice before responding. It depends on the one who says the word to use it as either.
pirate: yarr, your face is pretty hodd.
ninja: ummm, thanks
pirate: you lose