[uhth -er-wahyz] /ˈʌð ərˌwaɪz/
under other circumstances:
Otherwise they may get broken.
in another manner; differently:
Under the circumstances, I can’t believe otherwise.
in other respects:
an otherwise happy life.
or else; if not:
Button up your overcoat, otherwise you’ll catch cold.
other or different; of another nature or kind:
We hoped his behavior would be otherwise.
in other or different circumstances:
An otherwise pleasure had become a grinding chore.
or else; if not, then: go home — otherwise your mother will worry
differently: I wouldn’t have thought otherwise
in other respects: an otherwise hopeless situation
(predicative) of an unexpected nature; different: the facts are otherwise
something different in outcome: success or otherwise
contracted from Old English phrase on oðre wisan “in the other manner” (see other + wise (n.)), which in Middle English became oþre wise, and mid-14c. oþerwise. As an adjective from c.1400.
noun 1. the world after death; the future world. noun 1. the spirit world or afterlife
[uhth -er-wurld-lee] /ˈʌð ərˈwɜrld li/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or devoted to another world, as the world of imagination or the world to come. /ˌʌðəˈwɜːldlɪ/ adjective 1. of or relating to the spiritual or imaginative world 2. impractical or unworldly adj. 1854, from other + world + -ly (1). Otherworldliness is recorded from 1819. […]
[oh-th in] /ˈoʊ ðɪn/ noun 1. . /ˈəʊðɪn/ noun 1. a variant of Odin
[oth-muh n; for 1 also Arabic oo th-mahn] /ˈɒθ mən; for 1 also Arabic ʊθˈmɑn/ noun, plural Othmans. 1. . 2. (defs 3, 4). /ˈɒθmən; ɒθˈmɑːn/ adjective, noun 1. a variant of Ottoman