[od-i-tee] /ˈɒd ɪ ti/
noun, plural oddities for 1, 3.
an or remarkably unusual person, thing, or event.
the quality of being ; singularity, strangeness, or eccentricity.
an characteristic or trait; peculiarity.
noun (pl) -ties
an odd person or thing
an odd quality or characteristic
the condition of being odd
1713, “odd characteristic or trait,” a hybrid from odd + -ity. Meaning “odd person” is first recorded 1748.
[od-job] /ˈɒdˌdʒɒb/ verb (used without object), odd-jobbed, odd-jobbing. 1. to work at a series of unrelated or unspecialized jobs, often of a low-paying or menial nature.
noun (pl) -men, -bers 1. a person who does casual work, esp domestic repairs
noun 1. a quantity or amount less than the conventional unit of trading. 2. Stock Exchange. (in a transaction) a quantity of stock less than the established 100-share unit for active issues or the 10-share unit for designated inactive issues. noun 1. a batch of merchandise that contains less than or more than the usual […]
[od-lot-er] /ˈɒdˈlɒt ər/ noun 1. a person who buys or sells .