There are many views on the interpretation of the title. Rumour has it that it was intended to be published every other year, starting from 1993. This version is supported by the fact that there is a twin series, The Even Yearbook, which is published every other year, too, and it started in 1994. As a counterargument one may refer to the really odd volumes that appeared in 1994, 2010, and 2014. This has led some mischievous interpreters to propose reanalysing the title from [odd year][book] to [odd] [yearbook]. Yet others see it as an acronym formed from the Hungarian Okos Diákok Dolgozatai 'clever students' papers'.
Márton Kucsera, Péter Őri, Ildikó Emese Szabó, Tünde Szalay, Csilla Tatár
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published by the Department of English Linguistics
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest