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Use as a first name was probably influenced by the name of William "Buffalo Bill" Cody was an American frontier scout who toured America and Europe with his Wild West show.
Name is brought from a surname “Mac Óda”, which means ‘son of OTTO’.
Cody Name also appears in following Origin(s): Old English, Irish, Irish, Gaelic, English
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was an Australian sportsman who played both rugby league and cricket at a high level. A right-handed batsman and leg spin bowler, Cody played first-class cricket between 1912 and 1922. After matches for New South Wales Colts, he made his first-class debut for New South Wales against Western Australia in November 1912. He played six further first-class matches that season. Whilst he never played Test cricket, Cody did play several times for the Australian national side. In 1913, he toured North America with Australia, playing matches in Bermuda, Canada and the USA. The Bermuda leg included one match against the Bermuda national side. The Canadian leg featured matches played all across the country, with matches in Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.