[oh-thel-oh, uh-thel-oh] /oʊˈθɛl oʊ, əˈθɛl oʊ/
a tragedy (1604) by Shakespeare.
A tragedy by William Shakespeare. The title character, a Moor, or dark-skinned Muslim, is a general commanding the forces of Venice. The villain Iago convinces Othello that Desdemona, the general’s beautiful and faithful wife, has been guilty of adultery; at the end of the play, Othello smothers Desdemona. A famous line from the play is Othello’s description of himself as “one that loved not wisely but too well.”
othematoma ot·he·ma·to·ma (ōt’hē-mə-tō’mə) n. A purplish rounded hard swelling of the external ear.
othemorrhagia ot·hem·or·rha·gi·a (ōt’hěm-ə-rā’jē-ə) n. Hemorrhage from the ear.
[uhth -er] /ˈʌð ər/ adjective 1. additional or further: he and one other person. 2. different or distinct from the one or ones already mentioned or implied: I’d like to live in some other city. The TV show follows the lives of people who are married, single, or other. The application gives three gender choices—male, […]
[uhth -er-di-rek-tid, -dahy-] /ˈʌð ər dɪˈrɛk tɪd, -daɪ-/ adjective 1. guided by a set of values that is derived from current trends or outward influences rather than from within oneself. adjective 1. guided by values derived from external influences Compare inner-directed other-directed oth·er-di·rect·ed (ŭð’ər-dĭ-rěk’tĭd, -dī-) adj. Directed or guided chiefly by external standards as opposed […]