[uhth -er-wurld-lee] /ˈʌð ərˈwɜrld li/
of, relating to, or devoted to another world, as the world of imagination or the world to come.
of or relating to the spiritual or imaginative world
impractical or unworldly
1854, from other + world + -ly (1). Otherworldliness is recorded from 1819. Phrase other world “world of idealism or fantasy, afterlife, spirit-land” is c.1200.
[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
- Othman i
noun 1. same as Osman I
a lion of Jehovah, a son of Shemaiah, and one of the temple porters in the time of David (1 Chr. 26:7). He was a “mighty man of valour.”