If you are looking for what does OTTER mean, the meaning of OTTER, the acronym of OTTER, the definition of OTTER, the abbreviation of OTTER, then you are in the right platform because here we are going to provide you the OTTER slang meaning, the OTTER definition, the OTTER acronym, the OTTER abbreviation as well as how this word OTTER is used over the internet conversations.
So, then what is OTTER? For what does OTTER stand?
The slang word OTTER stands for “Ought To” which is pronounced in Boston accent and used in the oral as well as internet conversations like chats, messages, posts, emails etc to say “have to or should”.
Likewise, the word otter has several other meanings which are as follows:
Otter means “A hairy and skinny gay man” with small size and weight and hair all over the body.
Otters are also the squirrels that live in river or sea. They look very cute and are very playful, fun loving and carefree. But they don’t like being approached or touched.
And a person is also referred as otter if he or she has same nature as otters.
A person is also referred as otter when he or she acts something stupid or crazy.
Another meaning of otter is a very young girl under the age of 18.
Otter is also another way of referring to your other half or significant half.
How is OTTER used in the conversations?
Some of the examples of how the slang word OTTER is used over the conversations are:
A: I otter visit doctor today.
B: Yeah!!! You shall.
A: Seems like he is an otter.
B: Yeah….complete otter!!!!
X: Look at those otters, they are so cute!!!
Y: Ya and how cutely they are pairing up…holding hands!!!
A: Annie is an otter…so carefree and playful!!!
B: But sometimes she is too irritating.
Girl 1: Gosh I forget my purse in somewhere.
Girl 2: You are such an otter girl.
Boy 1: She is an otter!!!
Boy 2: She is a kiddo man!!!
Boy 1: Do you really love her?
Boy 2: Yeah…she is my otter!!!
And so on.
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